The company has announced to give a bug bounty of five million US dollars or Rs 59.4 million to the hacker who finds the weakness in the poly network and returns the stolen money even after stealing the cryptocurrency.
In a statement on Friday, it announced that it would issue a bug bounty to a hacker who discovered its vulnerabilities.
Last week alone, the hackers discovered a weakness in the poly network's system and stole more than 610 million, or 72.47 billion. But as of Friday, the hackers had returned 340 million ( 40.39 billion) to the Polly Network, claiming that their intention was to find fault with the company.
The release does not say how the Polly Network returned the bug bounty to the hacker. According to the statement, the hacker did not say whether he would accept the bounty money or not. The money was stolen by an unknown hacker, taking advantage of vulnerabilities in the system to transfer cryptocurrencies to different blockchains of the poly network as a platform connecting different blockchains.
According to a Reuters report, there is no word yet on whether he is the only hacker or a group of hackers. Polly Network, a platform that connects various blockchains, tweeted about hacking on Tuesday. After the company's tweet, the hacker said he was not ambitious for the money and would return the money.