Hacker hacked the largest NFT marketplace powered by Optimism
Quixotic, the largest NFT marketplace in the Optimism ecosystem of the second layer solution, was the victim of a hacker attack after an update.
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The attacker attacked the Offer function — offers of collectible tokens. He deployed a malicious contract and stole ~$100,000 worth of cryptocurrencies in various ERC-20 tokens.
The Quixotic team fixed the vulnerability, but suspended all operations on the platform.
According to the statement, NFTs remained safe. All stolen funds are automatically compensated to users, no action is required from them.
Let me remind you that as a result of the actions of hackers and scammers in the first quarter of 2022, crypto projects lost more than $1.22 billion.
The largest incidents were the Wormhole and Ronin exploits, with $319 million and $625 million in damage, respectively.
After the March hack, the Ronin sidechain involved in the game Axie Infinity was restarted by the developers only at the end of June.
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