Uranium Finance developer suspected of ‘leaking’ information leading to $50M exploit

Uranium Finance developer suspected of ‘leaking’ information leading to $50M exploit


The $50 million exploit of Uranium Finance, a DeFi protocol on the Binance Smart Chain, may have been an inside job, according to a member of the project’s development team. 

The theory was put forward on Uranium Finance’s Telegram channel by a user named “Baymax,” who appears to be listed as an administrator. In a pinned post, Baymax explained that the security flaw leading to the exploit happened just two hours before version 2 of the protocol was launched. The suspicious timing of the exploit narrows down the list of potential perpetrators significantly.

Baymax explained:

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“There are a total of 7 people in Uranium who knew of the exploit. Outside of Uranium would be the 3 auditors contractors and their respective sub cons who may be aware of this flaw.”

They continued:

“From the information that we gathered with the community input, it leans towards that someone leaked information that may have led to exploiters finding out about our vulnerabilities.”

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