Decentralized finance exchange SushiSwap fell prey to a hack that led to $3 million in stolen ETH, CryptoPotato reported.
- SushiSwap Chief Technology Officer Joseph Delong took to Twitter to announce that its token platform MISO was hit by a supply chain attack, with an estimated $3 million in Ethereum duped.
- Delong said the supply chain attack targeted the Miso front end, as a “malicious code” was injected by an anonymous contractor, which he identified as Twitter user @eratos1122. The Tweet has since been deleted.
- The recipient Ethereum address identified by Delong indicates that the attacker was able to accumulate 865.1 ETH tokens, which is estimated at over $3 million based on current prices.
- Delong said the firm has already contact FTX and Binance to receive know-your-customer information, but both exchanges have yet to send out the “sensitive matter.”
Delong also warned that an IC3 complaint will be filed with the Federal Bureau of Investigation if the funds are not returned by 8 a.m. ET. ETH is down 2.91%.