Cream Finance exploiter moves $3.3M ETH in January
Blockchain analytical agency Peckshield tweeted that the Cream Finance (CREAM) exploiter transferred 365.7 ETH — price $600,000 — to an unknown centralized crypto alternate TradeOgre on Jan. 30.
The exploiter had transferred 2,070 Ethereum — roughly $3.3 million — to the identical platform since Jan. 9, in line with Etherscan data.
The exploiter was shifting funds from a $119 million exploit in October 2021, according to a different blockchain safety agency, Certik. On the time, the attacker used a number of flash loans to lift the worth of yUSD and borrowed extra belongings than the attacker collateralized on the decentralized finance software.
TradeOgre is a small crypto alternate with minimal know-your-customer coverage and anti-money laundering compliance.
The alternate’s web site exhibits that it focuses on privateness cash and there aren’t any indicators of an e mail tackle or a cellphone quantity for buyer help. It’s Twitter account additionally seems abandoned — final up to date Nov. 28, 2022.
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