Dan Gunderman reports:
In the latest security incident involving a decentralized finance protocol, cross-chain project pNetwork announced Sunday it had been hacked for 277 pBTC, a form of wrapped bitcoin, with losses worth over $12 million at current value.
In a series of tweets announcing the incident, pNetwork said, “We’re sorry to inform the community that an attacker was able to leverage a bug in our codebase and attack pBTC on BSC, stealing 277 BTC (most of its collateral). The other bridges were not affected. All other funds in the pNetwork are safe.”
Read more on GovInfoSecurity. pNetwork has offered the hacker a substantial bounty if they return the funds.