An anonymous address associated with Nomad Bridge transferred approximately one and a half million dollars worth of Ethereum (ETH) to Tornado Cash.
Last summer, Nomad Bridge was hacked. Anonymous hackers who exploited the vulnerability in smart contracts managed to seize almost all the funds in the project. Nomad Bridge faced a loss of 190 million dollars as a result of this hack attack. Judging by recent network activity, an asset transfer occurred in a wallet linked to Nomad Bridge. Anonymous wallet moved $1.57 million worth of Ethereum to Tornado Cash.
Nomad Linked Wallet Activated for Ethereum Transfer
An anonymous wallet linked to the $190 million Nomad Bridge attack moved $1.57 million worth of Ethereum (ETH).
Crypto regulatory body CertiK has warned that a Nomad-linked wallet has taken action. CertiK claimed that the wallet associated with the Nomad hack had moved 1,200 ETH to Tornado Cash in order to exchange it. The hacker sent 100 ETH in 12 different transactions to the crypto mixing platform.
Attacking the opening on the Nomad side on August 1, hundreds of anonymous people took advantage of a security breach to try to evacuate all assets on the bridge. According to reports, these attackers seized an asset worth 88 million dollars. Nomad experienced one of the biggest hack attacks with a total loss of $190 million.