Hackers Steal $ 30 Million From Gambling Pool Using BNB By CoinQuora

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Hackers Steal $ 30 Million From Stake Group Using BNB

The world of cryptocurrencies has once again experienced an attack from unknown hackers. Crypto hackers stole nearly $ 30 million from betting pools. The world of cryptocurrencies has once again experienced an attack from unknown hackers. According to a tweet posted by Spartan Protocol, the hackers used $ 61 million in BNB to top the funds and obtain an estimated $ 30 million of the funds. Yes, this is news that once again shocked the world of cryptocurrencies. What we know so far: * The attacker used $ 61 million in BNB to bypass the pools through an as-yet-unknown economic exploitation route to remove approximately $ 30 million in funding from the pools. Please reach out if you can help identify and analyze the exploit. //t.co/aNTvdzKOeF CC @RektHQ @samczsun @bneiluj This article was first published on coinquora.com Continue reading on CoinQuora

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