Staking and farming platform Bent Finance joins the list to become the sixth cryptocurrency establishment to be hacked in December. Upon acknowledgment of the attack, he asked investors to withdraw their mutual funds, and bounty claims on the compromised platform were disabled.
Bent Finance first became aware of the exploit on Monday at approximately 8:55 p.m. ET, at which point the company did not report any loss of funds. However, the community suspected it was a carpet-pulling event when blockchain researcher PeckShield allegedly located the source of the hack’s transactions.
We have located the hack tx, which interestingly is sent from the Bent Finance: Deployer @BENT_Finance !!! What is going on?! https://t.co/3L4F1gcNYJ
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