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£155.5m stolen from crypto firm Nomad

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By Hamza Fareed Malik Crypto firm Nomad had $190m (£155.5m) stolen from it in a heist today. Hackers targeted Nomad’s “bridge” which allows crypto transfers between blockchains and stole £155.5m worth of users’ cryptocurrencies, crypto analytics firm PeckShield said, according to Reuters. Nomad tweeted it was “aware of the incident involving the Nomad token bridge” and that it was currently investigating it. “We are working around the clock to address the situation and have notified law enforcement and retained leading firms for blockchain intelligence and forensics,” the company said on Twitt…

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