Crypto lending firm Celsius reportedly affected in BadgerDAO exploit

Crypto lending firm Celsius reportedly affected in BadgerDAO exploit

The BadgerDAO attack has reportedly impacted Celsius Network for more than $50 million, sources suggest. Cryptocurrency lending platform Celsius has reportedly lost over $50 million in the exploit of decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol BadgerDAO.As reported by Cointelegraph on Dec. 2, the attack targeted the protocol on the Ethereum network, reaping an unconfirmed $120 million in assets.According to one Redditor, the biggest alleged victim of the hack was an address that lost 896 Wrapped Bitcoin ($51 million). The address is supposed to be owned by Celsius “since it has interacted with....


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