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 …