Azuki’s Social Account Hackers Transferred 618 ETH To Tornado Cash

Key Points: Friday’s compromise of Zuki’s Twitter account resulted in the loss crypto assets.
Hackers stole assets from Tornado Cash yesterday afternoon after taking over the account of the project.
Azuki, the top non-fungible token (NFT), project’s Twitter account, was compromised Friday, resulting the loss of crypto assets. Hackers took over the project’s account yesterday afternoon and stole 618 ETH. They then transferred the funds to Tornado Cash, a cryptocurrency mixing platform. The phishing address “0x50…fd7”, which is a phishing address, simultaneously stole 196 NFTs. This included 74 Otherdeeds and 56 Beanz, 12 Doodles as well as 2 MAYCs and 41 PudgyPenguins. The address has transferred 234 ETH. In the past, hackers were able take over Azuki’s Twitter account through a flaw in social network platform servers. These hackers have stolen NFTs using Twitter accounts to promote harmful phishing sites. Hackers have taken more than $1.7million from NFT investors, connecting phony connections to Azuki’s metaverse portal, The Garden. 74 Otherdeeds had a floor price at $2,700 each and were among the NFTs stolen. Azuki, a blue chip tier non-fungible token collection that has a limited edition 10,000 anime-inspired avatars, was launched in January 2022. Azuki has more than 333,000 followers on Twitter. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: NewsTags: AzukiETHNFTOtherdeedTornado cash