Harmony Offers $1 Million Bounty for Info on Hack


After crypto firm Harmony’s blockchain bridge Horizon was hacked for $100 million last week, the layer-one protocol company said that it was still working with the FBI and blockchain forensics companies to unearth new clues related to the hack.

On Monday, Harmony said that the hacker was still on the run and using Tornado Cash, a popular mixer service that conceals the identity behind a crypto transaction, to transfer funds among different wallets.

While Harmony says it has the crypto address of the hacker, the company also offered the public a $1 million bounty for any intelligence on the hack on Monday and directly appealed to the white-hat hacker community to provide tips.