OKLink: BitKeep Hack Total Loss Has Reached $31 Million
- The total loss recorded up to $31 Million.
- There are 50 hacker addresses with wallets involving 4 chains: BSC, ETH, TRX, and Polygon.
- The 7.2.9 APK version installation package was considered to lead to this large-scale robbery.
On-chain data services provider OKLink has only recently made public the total loss that was caused by the BitKeep hack, which is close to $31 Million with 50 different hacker addresses.
According to the data provided by OKLink, the incident involving the theft of the BitKeep hack wallet involved the BSC, ETH, TRX, and Polygon 4 chains; there were a total of 50 hacker addresses; and the total amount of Txns reached 31 million US dollars. Hackers were responsible for this massive heist, which occurred because they took control of the installation package for the 7.2.9 version of APK.
According to information found on the BSC chain, the hacker address was responsible for the transfer of a total of 13 tokens with a combined value of $13,235,464 and a total of $7,513,110. The entire amount of cross-chain trade that took place involved the BSC platforms BiSwap, Nomiswap, and Apeswap, and it came to $39,016.
According to information obtained from the Ethereum network, the hacker address was responsible for the transfer of a total of 6 tokens with a combined value of $5,746,068 and received a total of $2,335,839.
According to information obtained from the TRX chain, a total of $308,081 worth of stolen cash was received. This figure comprises 21,029 TRX and 307,030 USDT, neither of which has been moved out of the location at this time.
The information found on the Polygon chain reveals that the hacker address was responsible for the transfer of a total of 5 tokens, the combined value of which was 1,055,446 US dollars, a total of 1,461,793 US dollars worth of cash, and a balance of 406,347 US dollars.
Recently, the crypto market has recorded many crypto hacks and BitKeep Hack will make the users afraid to stay loyalty in the market.
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