Cross-chain DEX Aggregation Protocol li.finance Attacked, Hackers Profit about $600,000

The cross-chain DEX aggregation protocol li.finance was attacked and the hackers made about $600,000 in profit. Of the 29 affected wallets, li.finance has repaid 25 of them (86%) for a total amount of $80,000. For the remaining 4 wallets (about $517,000), officials have offered to convert the lost funds into an angel investment in LI.FI. This offer can be rejected and lI.finance will reimburse the full amount to the affected users.
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