The Ronin Network hacker who stole more than $601 million from Sky Mavis, mother of Axie Infinity, has just started redistributing the money. Accordingly, the unnamed thief has already transferred over 1,200 ETH to more than a few different addresses and platforms.
Last week, the NFT neighborhood was once surprised by the hacking incident. Unfortunately, the hack affected many patients, along with the deposits and treasury earnings of Axie Infinity avid gamers.
What is the Ronin Network hacker so much like?
Sky Mavis, the company behind the P2E recreation Axie Infinity, is the latest hacker. On March 30, the crowd showed that an unnamed hacker had stolen $601 million, deeply affecting the company’s Ronin network.
At the moment, the hacker appears to have something else on his schedule. Recent data from Etherscan printed 24 new transactions made through the hacker’s wallet.
For example, one involved a whopping 1,000 ETH being sent to every other unknown. Meanwhile, every other switch means 200 ETH has been transferred to TornadoCash.
Sky Mavis trying to cover the breach
The Ronin Network side-chain has a competent multi-chain switching device used in the Axie Infinity recreation. The hacking incident is certainly one of the biggest DeFi breaches within the NFT house.
Of course, Sky Mavis is now desperately trying to fix the placement. For example, the company’s COO, Aleksander Leonard Larsen, said she: “Fully committed to repaying our players as quickly as possible.†
In addition, the side chain would require 8 nodes for each transaction. Last week, Ronin Network was briefly shut down after the hacker attack.