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The Ronin Bridge hack is one of the largest decentralized finance hacks to date, with losses amounting to $624 million in ETH and USDC. And an eventful one with the involvement of Lazarus, a North Korean state-sponsored cybercrime group. Scorechain has been investigating the hack and following the transactions.
First, some funds also reached famous crypto platforms Crypto.com, FTX, and Huobi.
Then, the hackers also performed DEX swaps. They swapped the stolen USDC for ETH, making the funds harder to trace. As Scorechain software can follow DEX swaps, the Investigation Tool showed that the hackers used Uniswap and 1inch to perform the swap.
Then the hackers started to send funds to Tornado Cash mixing service. They used the pattern to do so, send funds to intermediate addresses and then to the mixing service in batches of 100 ETH. In total, more than 30,000 ETH reached the platform, making the funds impossible to trace after.