Hackers attacking Poly Network say they will postpone repayment

TokenInsight news, according to Coindesk, the hacker who used the loophole to steal $600 million in funds on the Poly Network responded to the project team via the Ethereum network on Wednesday. The hacker believes that the project party "lacks sincerity", saying that the key has not been prepared this week and needs to wait for an opportunity. After the Poly Network negotiated with the hackers and the hackers agreed to return the funds, they created a destination account for the return of the funds, but multiple signatures were required to unlock the funds, and the hackers needed to cooperate.
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