After the BitMart exchange suffered a hack of nearly 200 million U.S. dollars, the Shib Inu (SHIB) community and the cryptocurrency exchange Huobi Global aims to help exchanges strengthen security and track the inflow of stolen assets.

On December 5, the cryptocurrency exchange BitMart became a victim of hot wallet compromise Hosted in Ethereum (Ethereum) And Binance Smart Chain (BSC) blockchain. As a result, hackers were able to steal more than 196 million U.S. dollars, about 100 million U.S. dollars through Ethernet, and about 96 million U.S. dollars through BSC blockchain.

Soon after BitMart CEO Sheldon Xia confirmed the hacking, Huobi announced that it would help BitMart track the inflow of assets on its exchange and report the match with the stolen funds.

Immediately afterwards, the Shiba Inu community also confirmed that it will help the hacked cryptocurrency exchanges, citing their efforts to review the potential security threats of ShibaSwap (a community-built decentralized exchange).

Natsuya Said The exchange will use its own funds to compensate the affected investors. “We are still talking with multiple project teams to confirm the most reasonable solutions, such as token swaps. No user assets will be compromised,” he added.

The hacker forced the exchange to temporarily suspend all withdrawals and deposits. However, Xia is confident that BitMart will resume services before December 7.

related: Synapse Bridge prevented a $8 million hacker attack

Synapse Bridge, a cross-chain protocol, recently avoided millions of dollars in loopholes on the Avalanche Neutral Dollar (nUSD) Metapool.

As reported by Cointelegraph, Synapse Bridge prevented hackers from stealing approximately $8 million worth of cryptocurrency:

“In the past 16 hours, we have encountered and discovered a contract error in the AMM Metapool contract dealing with the virtual price calculation method based on the virtual price of the underlying mining pool.”

While avoiding threats, Synapse Bridge quickly deployed a new nUSD pool as a means to further strengthen its security against similar attacks.