These transfers were made via the three wallets that were connected to the Poly Community hacker within the Ethereum, Binance Sensible Chain (BSC) and Polygon networks. Poly Community confirmed receipt of the refunded funds through a tweet posted on Tuesday.
Etherscan details indicate that Shiba Inu (SHIB) will be returned at a price of $ 2 million and Fei USD (FEI) tokens will be returned at a price of $ 616,000.
Up to this point we have received a total of $ 4,772,297,675 of property returned by the hacker.
ETH tackle: $ 2,654,946,051
BSC tackle: $ 1,107,870,815
Polygon Deal with: $ 1,009,480,809 pic.twitter.com/bPFAQk4mvS
– Poly Community (@ PolyNetwork2) August 11, 2021
BscScan’s knowledge also shows that the hacker returned 23.88 Binance Peg Bitcoin (BTCB) to the poly community. At the time of writing, the “cash” price is simply over $ 1 million. The hacker’s BSC pockets continue to show outbound transactions for USD Coin (USDC) and Binance USD (BUSD), but these are not important numbers.
From the attacker’s polygon pockets, $ 1,010,100 was returned in three transactions – $ 10, $ 100, and $ 1 million, respectively.
In total, the hacker returned $ 4.6 million, which is less than 1% of the over $ 600 million Poly Community raised as a result of the hack.
The hacker continues to hold tokens valued at around $ 500 million, with almost the entire amount held in Ether (ETH), along with Binance-linked ETH and Bitcoin (WBTC) on every BSC and Ethereum chain and Dai ( DAI) and USDC stable cash.
Connected with: Hackers stole at least $ 600 million in poly exploit in three chains
As Cointelegraph previously reported, the Poly Community attack is the main decentralized monetary hacker (DeFi) to date, increasing the full value of thefts available in the market area to over $ 1.1 billion in 2021, nearly ten cases of total losses in 2020.
In reality, DeFi has contributed a higher proportion of crypto thefts to fewer hacking incidents on centralized exchanges since the latter half of 2020.