Nomad Hackers Return $22M Following Bridge Attack

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About $22 million has been returned to cross-chain bridge Nomad after an easily-replicable exploit allowed multiple hackers to steal funds from the protocol on Monday. Nomad Recovers Funds From $190M…

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