- The Poly Network hacker, ‘Mr White Hat’, has refused to cooperate and return the stolen coins; wants $33 million worth of stablecoins to be unfrozen.
- To make things comfortable for the attacker, the Poly Network team has offered a $500,000 bounty for discovering the exploit.
- Getting back the stolen funds is of utmost priority as pressure from thousands of victims continues to mount.
The Poly Network hack happened two weeks ago, but the saga is far from over. The anonymous hacker — dubbed ‘Mr White Hat’ by the Poly Network team — managed to steal $614 million in digital coins. After returning a portion of the funds, they are now refusing to cooperate and are stalling the Poly Network team.
The hack is considered the largest cryptoheist to date, and there seems to be little the Poly Network team can do except request the hacker to return the stolen coins peacefully