Slope Wallet, the Solana wallet platform exploited earlier this week for roughly $5 million, has announced that it will pay a 10% bounty (worth around $450,000) if the attacker returns the stolen funds.
In a tweet posted Friday afternoon, the Slope team posted a Solana address and appealed to the thief with an added incentive: “Upon receipt of these funds, we will not make additional efforts to investigate this matter, or pursue any legal action."
The team gave the attacker a 48-hour window to return the funds and receive the bounty. It added that it has been working with law enforcement and TRM labs, a leading blockchain intelligence firm, to retrieve the stolen funds.
On Tuesday night, an attacker accessed user seed phrases that had been stored in plaintext on Slope’s centralized server and used them to steal cryptocurrency. The exploit affected thousands of users.
The Slope Wallet hack came on the heels of another major crypto hack, that one hitting the Nomad Bridge for $190 million initially ($22.4 million has been recovered).