Crema Finance said it temporarily suspended services and was investigating a hack
Crema Finance, a concentrated liquidity protocol on the Solana blockchain, temporarily suspended services because of a hack that drained an undisclosed amount of funds, the company said on Twitter early this morning.
Crema Finance suspends liquidity protocol on Solana amid probe of hack
“Our protocol seems to have just experienced a hacking. We temporarily suspended the program and are investigating it. Updates will be shared here ASAP,” Crema said. Several hours later, Crema tweeted that it was working with OtterSec, a blockchain audits firm, and other experienced organizations on the investigation.
In the same thread, OtterSec said that Crema “was recently hacked for over $6M. Unlike previous attacks, this hacker used Solend flashloans to drain the pool.” Crema said it would share updates as they become available.
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