Tech & Science Daily: Hackers Surprisingly Return $ 260 Million In Crypto After Huge Online Heist
We were skeptical about it yesterday, but now it looks like the incredible has happened – at least in part – as the hackers behind one of the world’s largest crypto heists return more than a third of the 613 millions of dollars worth of digital parts they stole, according to the company at the Junkyard Center.
Poly Network resorted to a desperate tweet of “please can we get our money back” and threatened legal action. Now they claim the huge part was returned to them, although $ 353 million is still missing.
According to crypto-tracking company Chainanalysis, the person claiming to carry out the hack said he did it “for fun” and wanted to “expose the vulnerability.”
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