FTX Hack: Almost $400 Million Transferred Out Of FTX Wallets
Crypto exchange FTX is witnessing millions of funds flowing out of FTX wallets. Almost $400 million in abnormal transfers have been reported in just a few hours, with some withdrawals being swapped from Tether to DAI. Ethereum, Solana, BNB LINK, AVAX, etc.
FTX Community Chat admin dropped a message in the Telegram group saying that FTX has been hacked and FTX apps are malware. It warned users to delete the app and don’t go on the FTX website as it might download Trojans. However, it is not clear if the admin has resigned or not.
Foobar confirmed that somebody sent an on-chain message to the recipient account with 4byte selector “0x3d24a1ff”, which is the hash of the function name “Rug Pull All.” Some claims this is an insider job as an update was initiated with the motive to get all keys. Users are requested to not update or install the FTX app.
FTX US General Counsel Ryne Miller in a tweet said:
“Investigating abnormalities with wallet movements related to consolidation of ftx balances across exchanges – unclear facts as other movements not clear. Will share more info as soon as we have it.”
The post FTX Hack: Almost $400 Million Transferred Out Of FTX Wallets appeared first on CoinGape.