NFT registration platform Premint, which suffered a hack over the weekend that stole more than 300 NFTs from users’ wallets, today announced that it intends to repay the victims of the hack.
In a live-streamed event update this afternoon, Premint CEO Brendan Mulligan announced that the company has partnered with “third-party, non-Premint employees” to compile a list of all NFTs stolen during Sunday this week. -Chain analysis done. hack.
During this week, each associated crypto wallet on that list will receive payment in Ethereum (ETH) equal to the collection value of each stolen NFT as of 10:00 AM PST today. Mulligan told Decrypt that the total amount Premint would pay out to fraudulent customers would be around 340 ETH, or just over $525,000.