Really stupid “smart contract” bug let hackers steal $31 million in digital coin

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say here. “It works by grouping deposited tokens into a virtual pair with vCASH, to offer a single token pool design.”

An accounting error built into the company’s software let an attacker inflate the price of the MONO token and to then use it to cash out all the other deposited tokens, MonoX Finance revealed in a post. The haul amounted to $31 million worth of tokens on the Ethereum or Polygon blockchains, both of which are supported by the MonoX protocol.

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