Hackers hacked Atomic Wallet | CryptoNewsHerald.com

Hackers hacked the Atomic Wallet centralized crypto asset storage service and stole about $35 million worth of cryptocurrencies from its users. counting on-chain detective ZachXBT. According to him, the largest amount stolen from a single address was 7.95 million USDT. RBC Crypto.

The Atomic Wallet team said that “less than 1%” of the service’s monthly active users were affected by the weekend hack, and the last fraudulent transaction occurred on Saturday. writes CoinDesk with a link to a company post.

Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), Dogecoin (DOGE), Litecoin (LTC), BNB (BNB), and Polygon (MATIC) were stolen from Atomic clients in an attack over the weekend.

To confuse the investigation, the hackers transferred assets to different new addresses and exchanged them through various decentralized exchanges (Uniswap, MetaMask Swaps, Sunswap), then transferred them again to other new addresses.

The amount of stolen funds is more than double the total amount of stolen funds for the whole of May. Last month, about $16 million was stolen by hackers during hacking of crypto projects.

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