Nomad Attacker Address Transfers 1205 ETH To Tornado Cash

Key Points: Although the identity of Nomad Bridge’s thieves is not known, attackers are constantly monitored.
PeckShieldAlert monitoring data shows that attackers transferred 1,205 Ethereum (about $1.5 Million) to Tornado Cash.
Although the team attempted to recover funds for users in August, the amount they were able to recover is not enough to cover the $190 million theft.
It’s been over 4 months since. Nomad Bridge was attacked. The attackers tried to withdraw the funds using crypto mixer platforms. However, the stolen funds are not fully recovered. A movement was just revealed by PeckShieldAlert monitoring data. In the Nomad attack incident, cross-chain interoperability protocol Nomad attackers transferred 1,205 Ethereum (about $1.5 Million) to Tornado Cash. Although the $190.7 million worth of crypto has been retrieved from the bridge, it is still quite small compared to the damage that the platform sustained. Nomad promised that no legal action would ever be taken against anyone who returned the tokens. Nomad also announced that it would pay a 10% reward for those who did so. The Nomad Bridge was relaunched over two weeks ago. Since the hack, the team has been working hard to recover funds and make the necessary adjustments to restart the Nomad Token Bridge. MadAssets holders may be able use the updated bridge after the relaunch to recover their funds. We encourage you to do your own research before investing.Join us to keep track of news: coincu.comHaroldCoincu NewsTags: EthereummadAssetsNomadnomad bridgeNomad Token BridgeTornado cash