On May 16, a wallet linked to the Uranium Finance protocol hack moved 650 ETH (~$1.18 million) to the Tornado Cash cryptocurrency mixer.
#PeckShieldAlert Another 100 $ETH into Tornado Cash from #UraniumFinance exploiter (a total of 650 $ETH valued at ~$1.18M)https://t.co/D5khyI8ret#UraniumFinance exploiter currently holds $124K worth of cryptos, including ~110K stablecoins and ~7.8 $ETH pic.twitter.com/w7f6YSVd0b
— PeckShieldAlert (@PeckShieldAlert) May 16, 2023
According to the data Etherscanwithin 30 minutes the attacker made ten transactions in the amount of 100 ETH and 10 ETH.
Previously, the owner of the wallet exchanged USDT in the amount of $1.19 million for 657 ETH with three transfers.
The Uranium Finance hack currently owns $124,000 worth of cryptocurrencies, including $109,500 in stablecoins and about $7.8 in ETH, according to PeckShield analysts.
Recall that the hacking of the Uranium Finance protocol occurred on April 28, 2021, as a result of which the network lost $50 million. The hacker took advantage of a vulnerability that arose when moving assets to a new fork of the project.
On March 7, 2023, the address associated with the Uranium Finance hack moved 2250 ETH to Tornado Cash.
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