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Euler Finance, who hacked the credit protocol, announced that they were ready to return the cryptocurrency stolen on March 13.
We want to alleviate the plight of the victims. We have no intention of keeping someone else’s. We are setting up a secure way to communicate. Let’s come to an agreement – such a message was sent by hackers in the Ethereum (ETH) network on March 20.
Euler Finance representatives agreed to negotiate with the digital asset thieves and suggested that they use the Blockscan messaging platform or any other communication channel. Previously, the leadership of the protocol called on hackers to return 90% of the stolen coins and keep about $ 20 million worth of cryptocurrency. It is not yet known whether this condition will suit the hackers.
The identity of the cybercriminals has not yet been declassified. Cybersecurity company Chainalysis has recorded 100 ETH being sent to a crypto wallet linked to North Korean hackers. However, experts admit that attackers could transfer coins to this crypto storage in order to leave a false trail.
On March 19, an unknown person contacted Euler Finance via the Ethereum network and announced the discovery of evidence that could help find out the personal data of the criminals. The investigator set out detailed information about the findings in an email sent to protocol workers.
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