S. Korean Crypto Exchange Gdac Hacked for Nearly $13M
The exchange said hackers transferred the crypto assets from a hot wallet to an unidentified wallet.
South Korean crypto exchange Gdac was hacked for nearly $13 million on Sunday, the firm said on Monday.
Hackers transferred nearly $13 million worth of crypto, 23% of its total custodial assets, from Gdac's hot wallet to an unidentified wallet.
Crypto platforms have suffered some notable hacks and exploits in the past 15 to 18 months. The largest was Axie Infinity's Ronin bridge, which suffered a $625 million hack last year. On Sunday, decentralized-finance protocol Sushi was exploited for $3.3 million.
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