DeFi Project dForce Refunds All Affected Users After $25M Hack
The Lendf.me smart contract was hacked on April 29, but then, curiously, the funds were returned two days later.
The sophisticated attack exploited a loophole that tricked the protocol into releasing $500,000 worth of tokens.
Coincheck's .com domain had been "in a state where it could be acquired." No funds have been lost, the firm said.
A hacker has attempted to disrupt a blockchain voting system currently being used to help decide constitutional changes in the Russian Federation.
The figure puts 2020 on track to become the second-costliest year in the history of crypto.
Binance managed to see an alert and freeze the stolen funds in little more than half an hour.