NULS Blockchain Platform Hacked Does Hard Fork

Blockchain platform Nuls has been hacked, losing almost $480,000 worth of NULS. Nuls said it had detected that 2 million tokens had been transferred, of which 548,354 tokens — worth roughly $131, 600 — had entered the trading market and were now untraceable.  Nuls decided to hard fork the blockchain at block height 87,800. Hackers exploited a security vulnerability in the Nuls 2.2. version.

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