Once was not enough for Merlin Labs.
Just 8 hours after the first attack, they lost another ~200 ETH to a completely different exploit.
This is the address of the second hacker.
The second attack took advantage of a mistake in their new priceCalculator that mispriced only BAND.
~$550,000 dollars lost due to a fix that did more damage than good.
When we mentioned that Merlin Labs “Must try harder”, we didn’t mean to climb up the leaderboard…
This second attack gave them another chance, but they remain in position #28.
Must try harder.
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