Nomad exploit wallet address transfers $1.5M to Tornado Cash

Nomad exploit wallet address transfers $1.5M to Tornado Cash


An address related to the $190-million Nomad exploit has moved $1.57 million in Ether (ETH) to the sanctioned crypto mixer Tornado Cash. 

In an alert, blockchain security firm CertiK flagged that a wallet address affiliated with the Nomad hack has transferred 1,200 ETH into Tornado Cash, suggesting that the attackers may be cashing in the funds. The hacker transferred 12 batches of 100 ETH to the sanctioned mixer.

Nomad hack address transferring funds to Tornado Cash. Source: Etherscan

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The Nomad bridge hack was one of the ten largest crypto hacks in 2022, with more than $190 million worth of digital assets lost. On Aug 1, hundreds of exploiters flocked to drain the bridge’s total value locked in a matter of hours because of a security breach. Last

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