Nomad: Will Offer a Reward of up to 10% to Attackers Who Return More Than 90% of The Stolen Funds

7 days ago
KingData News: Nomad, a cross-chain interoperability protocol, says on its official account that it will offer a reward of up to 10% to attackers who return more than 90% of the funds stolen. To date, approximately $20 million of Nomad's nearly $200 million in stolen funds has been returned.
On August 2, crypto KOL 0xfoobar posted that the cross-chain solution Nomad had been hacked, and that WETH and WBTC were being transferred out at a rate of millions of dollars each, leaving $126 million in the contract potentially at risk.