Fusion Network’s token swap wallet was compromised. Roughly a third of FSN tokens was stolen as a result.
Fusion Foundation announced in a Medium post published on Sept. 29 that its swap wallet was compromised, which resulted in the theft of 10 million native FSN and 3.5 million (ETH)-based ERC-20 FSN tokens. The Foundation’s investigation has not revealed any other affected wallets so far. The alleged cybercriminal reportedly already started to launder the coins:
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