A cyber attacker successfully executed a $50 million heist on the DEX KyberSwap
3 months ago 1 min read

KyberSwap Hit by $50M Cyberattack, Sending Shockwaves Through Multiple Platforms

A cyber attacker successfully executed a $50 million heist on the decentralized exchange KyberSwap, urging users to withdraw their assets as soon as possible. The attacker primarily targeted Ethereum and USDC funds, carrying out multiple attacks across multiple KyberSwap platforms. The hacker specifically stole $20 million from Arbitrum, $15 million from Optimism, and $7 million from Ethereum. The exploit exposed flaws in the exchange’s coding, affecting liquidity provider pools in particular. In an audacious move, the hacker left mocking comments, hinting at future negotiations and even making jokes about their location, stating, “Negotiations will begin in a few hours when

AshSwap stable-swap DEX on the MultiversX blockchain
1 year ago 4 mins read

AshSwap the first stable-swap DEX Launches on MultiversX Mainnet

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 11th February, 2023 AshSwap, the first stable-swap DEX on the MultiversX blockchain (previously Elrond Network), is officially launching on the MultiversX mainnet on February 17. The DEX will seamlessly bridge critical DeFi functions and provide tighter spreads with a fraction of the liquidity on MultiversX. In November 2021, AshSwap successfully raised $2.5 million in a private sale led by Elrond. The initial offering of ASH tokens on Maiar Launchpad sold out, with 70,000,000 ASH (7% of the total supply) valued at $2.8 million. AshSwap has since released all of its core features, which have been available on

Rubic DEX hacked
1 year ago 2 mins read

Rubic, a decentralized exchange, loses $1,000,000 due to a private key exploit

Rubic, a decentralized exchange (DEX), has lost over a million tokens as a result of hackers getting hold of an administrator’s wallet’s private keys. The project’s developers disclosed that one of their admins’ wallet addresses, which controlled the RBC/BRBC bridge and staking rewards, had been compromised during the early morning hours of Asia. “We believe malicious software was utilized to gain access to the private keys for the admin wallet,” they continued. The native token of Rubic is RBC, and the wrapped version is BRBC. In order to lower transaction costs and give more people the chance to use Rubic’s