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Hacked crypto startup Nomad offers a 10% bounty for return of funds after $190 million attack

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Crypto company Nomad said it's offering hackers a bounty of up to 10% to retrieve user funds after losing nearly $200 million in a devastating security exploit.

Nomad pleaded with the thieves to return any funds to its crypto wallet. In a statement late Thursday, the company said it has so far recouped more than $20 million of the haul. «The bounty is for those who come forward now, and for those who have already returned funds,» Nomad said.

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