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Hackers have stolen $1.4 billion this year using crypto bridges. Here’s why it’s happening – CNBC

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Hackers have stolen $1.4 billion this year using crypto bridges. Here’s why it’s happening  CNBCHackers have stolen around US$1.4 bn on blockchain crypto bridges this year (so far)  ForexLiveCryptoverse: Blockchain bridges fall into troubled waters By Reuters  Investing.comCryptoverse: Blockchain bridges fall into troubled waters | Technology News  The Indian ExpressCryptoverse: Blockchain bridges fall into troubled waters  DevdiscourseView Full coverage on Google NewsHackers have stolen $1.4 billion this year using crypto bridges. Here’s why it’s happening  CNBCHackers have stolen around US$1.4 bn on blockchain crypto bridges this year (so far)  ForexLiveCryptoverse: Blockchain bridges fall into troubled waters By Reuters  Investing.comCryptoverse: Blockchain bridges fall into troubled waters | Technology News  The Indian ExpressCryptoverse: Blockchain bridges fall into troubled waters  DevdiscourseView Full coverage on Google News

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