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Crypto's No-Fun Hack Week
Exploits of Nomad and Slope Wallet led to millions of losses this week.
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Crypto’s Future Depends on Security, Ledger Exec Says
Alex Zinder, global head of hardware wallet maker Ledger Enterprises, joined CoinDesk TV’s “First Mover” to discuss Solana’s $5 million exploit and what crypto needs to do to broaden adoption.
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Nomad, Slope Hacks Create New Annoyance for Their Shared Backer Circle Internet Financial
The venture-capital arm of the USDC stablecoin-issuer gave money to Nomad and Slope, which were both exploited this week.
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ZB Exchange Loses Nearly $5M in Suspected Hack, Pauses Withdrawals
The self-titled “world’s most secure” exchange may be the third crypto company to suffer a multimillion-dollar exploit this week.
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Solana’s $6M Exploit Likely Tied to Slope Wallet, Developers Say
Affected wallets were all confirmed to be either created or used in Slope mobile wallet apps.
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Hackers Return $9M to Nomad Bridge After $190M Exploit
The popular Ethereum to Moonbeam bridge is working with law enforcement and data analytics firms.
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Solana Wallets Targeted in Latest Multimillion-Dollar Hack
Over 8,000 internet-connected "hot" wallets have been compromised so far, but the source of the attack remains unknown.
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Here’s How $200M in Crypto Was Drained From Nomad Protocol, According to a Security Expert
Halborn Chief Information Security Officer Steven Walbroehl joined CoinDesk TV’s “First Mover” to discuss how Nomad’s bridge lost $200 million in less than 24 hours.
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Protocolo puente Nomad pierde $200 millones tras un ciberataque
El exploit hace cuestionar nuevamente la seguridad de los tokens puente cross-chain.
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DeFi Has Become Crypto Crime’s Main Arena, Crystal Blockchain Says
Hackers and scammers have shifted from breaching centralizing entities to exploiting decentralized projects, according to a new report.
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