Hey there, fellow crypto enthusiasts! It’s time for another wild ride through the world of digital currencies, where the hackers are on a roll and the laughs might just save your cryptos. Buckle up, because this is going to be a rocky one!
First up on the hot seat is MultichainOrg. Oh boy, did they get a rough deal! Approximately $126 million worth of cryptos went out the door, leaving them frantically searching for spare change in their virtual pockets. And you know what? They’re now sitting at a whopping #6 on the cross-chain bridge exploit leaderboard. Congrats, guys! Quite the achievement, I must say.
But wait, there’s more! PolyNetwork, the popular platform that got exploited for around $25 million, isn’t backing down either. With their newfound infamy, they’ve snagged the #8 spot on the leaderboard. It’s like they say, “If you’re going down, might as well do it in style!”
In the last three years, a jaw-dropping $1.92 billion has been stolen from cross-chain bridges. Yes, you heard that right, billion with a ‘B’. That’s enough to buy you your own private island in the Bahamas and still have some pocket change left for a lifetime supply of avocado toast. Talk about a heist of epic proportions!
Now, let’s shift our focus to the lighter side of these dark events. Our friend #InfernoDrainer has been on a mission to collect all the virtual goodies: 17 NFTs, including some impressive names like HV-MTL, Nakamigos, Meebits, and ArtBlocks. I guess you could call them the Robin Hood of the crypto universe, stealing from the rich and… well, you know how it goes.
But fear not, the good guys are here to save the day! Circle has blacklisted the three addresses receiving the stolen funds from MultichainOrg. Take that, you sneaky hackers! It’s like being put on Santa’s naughty list but with a lot more zeros at stake.
However, it seems like the hackers aren’t stopping at stealing your money alone. They’ve managed to infiltrate Discord servers left and right, phishing their way through unsuspecting victims. First up, we have ThetanutsFi and PorkiesNFT Discord servers, followed closely by phi_xyz. Remember folks, clicking on suspicious links is so 2010. Let the team regain control of the servers before you go clicking away like a maniac.
So, my dear friends, it’s clear that the world of crypto is no place for the faint-hearted. But let’s not forget to keep our sense of humor intact. After all, laughter is the best safeguard to survive these hacking adventures.
Until next time, stay savvy, stay secure, and never underestimate the power of a good chuckle. Happy crypto-ing!