Axie Infinity hack victims are about to be paid

  Those who lost their cryptocurrency following the hack of Axie Infinity's Ronin bridge will

The announcement was made three months after the hack occurred. In late March, hackers attacked the Ronin bridge - which transfers assets between the Ronin blockchain and the Ethereum network for use in the game Axie Infinity, thereby stealing 173,600 ETH and 25.5 million USDC. This amount of digital currency was then worth the equivalent of 615 million USD, but now it is just over 200 million USD, due to the decline of the cryptocurrency market in general.

In response to Bloomberg, a spokesperson for Sky Mavis, the company behind Axie Infinity and Ronin Network, said users will get back the exact amount of ETH lost in March. The company did not mention the amount of USDC stolen. In addition, approximately 56,000 ETH belonging to Axie Infinity's decentralized organization (DAO) is also unspent.

Along with the plan to reopen the Ronin bridge, the development team will also conduct a "hard fork", requiring validators to update their software. Earlier, on June 21, the group said it had obtained a security assessment from one of the most prestigious units today, Certik.

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