It is possible that the developers of Harmony may repeat the fate of the well-known LUNA for many.
Just over a month has passed since the Harmony Bridge hack, which resulted in $100 million worth of altcoins being stolen and cashed out via DEX. At the moment, the Harmony team is actively looking for a way to repair the damage caused to the community as a result of the hack.
The developers of the bridge are considering two options to solve the problem. The first option assumes 100% compensation upon issuance of 4.97 billion ONE, which corresponds to a 3-year monthly issue of 138 million tokens.
The second option assumes a 50% refund on the issuance of 2.48 billion ONE, which corresponds to a 3-year monthly issue of 69 million ONE tokens.
Despite the fact that the community is not satisfied, none of the proposed options, a vote on an acceptable decision, will begin on August 1st.
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