Poly Network was hacked for $611 million, making it the largest Defi hack in history.
The PolyNetwork team expressed regret at the news that PolyNetwork had been targeted on BinanceChain, Ethereum, and 0xPolygon.
Following the hack The attacker carried out a transaction at the pre-specified addresses, inserting code with his plans for what to do with the money. It reads, “what if I make a new token and let the DAO decide where the tokens go?”
There were many comments from users asking the hacker to return the funds.
PolyNetwork also reached out the attacker saying: “The amount of money you have hacked is one of the biggest in defi history. Law enforcement in any country will regard this as a major economic crime and you will be pursued. The money you stole are from tens of thousands of crypto community members, hence the people.”
The hacker responsible for the PolyNetwork theft stated in an Ethereum transaction that he was willing to refund the stolen money.
The hacker has addressed his issues with Poly Network, saying that he could not contact the management of the network and asked for another multi-signature wallet address to return the funds.