A Solana-based (SOL) crypto trading platform is ready to cut a deal with the alleged hacker accused of stealing millions of dollars from its network.
According to a recent update, the person in question and Mango Markets DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) have come to terms in a deal that will see him return a portion of the exploited funds.
The proposal, which will be voted on by Mango’s governance board, would have the hacker return a medley of crypto assets worth about $47 million back to the trading platform, including Bitcoin (BTC), Solana, Serum (SRM), Ethereum (ETH), FTX Token (FTT), Binance Coin (BNB), Mango (MNGO), Marinade Staked Solana (mSOL), and stablecoin USD Coin (USDC).
The alleged hacker has been instructed to return the virtual assets to crypto wallets belonging to the Mango council.
“Within 12 hours of the proposal opening, you shall send back the assets other than USDC, MSOL, MNGO, and SOL as a show of good faith. The remaining assets shall be sent within 12 hours once the vote is complete and passes.
The funds sent by you and the Mango DAO treasury will be used to cover any remaining bad debt in the protocol. All Mango depositors will be made whole.
By voting for this proposal, Mango token holders agree to pay off the bad debt with the treasury, and waive any potential claims against accounts with bad debt, and will not pursue any criminal investigations or freezing of funds once the tokens are sent back as described above.”
Earlier this week, Mango Markets said it was hacked after someone figured out a way to manipulate the price of its native asset MNGO, withdrawing $100 million worth of crypto assets from the exchange.Don't Miss a Beat – Subscribe to get crypto email alerts delivered directly to your inbox
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