The hacker answerable for the $196 million assault on Euler Finance has begun shifting funds into crypto mixer Twister Money, solely hours after a $1 million bounty was launched to uncover the hacker’s id.
Blockchain analytics agency PeckShield tweeted on March 16 that the exploiter behind the flash loan attack on the Ethereum noncustodial lending protocol was “on the transfer.”
The exploiter transferred 1,000 Ether (ETH), roughly $1.65 million, by means of sanctioned crypto mixer Tornado Cash.
#PeckShieldAlert @eulerfinance exploiter on the transfer
~1,000 $ETH into Twister Money by means of middleman tackle 0xc66d…c9ahttps://t.co/LAkY66YpoF pic.twitter.com/0XhQV1nbgn
— PeckShieldAlert (@PeckShieldAlert) March 16, 2023
It comes solely hours after Euler Labs tweeted that it was launching a $1 million reward for data main “to the Euler protocol attacker’s arrest and the return of all funds.”
Only a day earlier, Euler despatched an on-chain message to the exploiter’s tackle, warning it could launch a bounty “that results in your arrest and the return of all funds” if 90% wasn’t returned inside 24 hours.
The motion of the funds to the crypto mixer might point out that the hacker isn’t being swayed by Euler’s amnesty supply.
Peckshield famous that round 100 ETH, value $165,202 on the time of writing, was despatched to a pockets tackle that’s doubtless owned by one of many victims. An on-chain message despatched by the pockets tackle had earlier pleaded for the attacker for the return of their “life financial savings.”
WOW!@eulerfinance Exploiter returned 100 $ETH to some man who begged him for the cash again because it was his life financial savingshttps://t.co/Gz9aCUZB0H pic.twitter.com/DhZBenqtuS
— Wazz (@WazzCrypto) March 16, 2023
This led to a slew of different victims sending messages to the tackle in hopes of additionally getting their funds returned.
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One message stated they “are twenty-six households from jobless rural areas,” who misplaced “one million USDT in complete,” including their share of funds within the protocol was the “life-savings from our previous many years of labor in factories.”
One other obvious sufferer messaged the attacker congratulating them on the “massive win” and mentioned they invested funds into Euler they “desperately wanted” for a home.
“My spouse goes to kill me if we are able to’t afford our home […] Is there anyway [sic] you possibly can assist me? I do not know what to inform my spouse,” they wrote.
In keeping with on-chain knowledge, the $196 million stolen from Euler consisted of Dai (DAI), USD Coin (USDC), staked ETH and wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC).
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