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Crypto Bridge Nomad Offers 10% Bounty After $190 Million Hack

  • Anyone returning 90% of what they siphoned can keep the rest
  • They’ll be viewed as ethical hackers and won’t be prosecuted

Cryptocurrency company Nomad is offering a bounty to recoup funds spirited away in a $190 million hack that again highlighted security vulnerabilities in the digital-token sector.

Anyone returning at least 90% of stolen tokens will be viewed as a so-called white-hat hacker that seeks to spotlight vulnerabilities rather than make malicious gains, according to a statement from Nomad. The remaining 10% would effectively become the reward.