VeChain hack aftermath: CFO resigns, network to vote whether to burn stolen tokens Ahmad AsgharCryptopolitanVENVeChain hack, that occurred on December 13 has left quite a mess in its wake. The network’s CFO has resigned while the network would soon vote for burning the stolen tokens. The network has announced that it would be upgrading its security to ensure no such incidents occur in the future. VeChain hack VeChain Foundation is the parent of VeChain, a blockchain platform that is designed to improve supply chain management through the efficient use of blockchain technology. The platform recently suffered an attack by a group of hackers that breached in the company’s system. The hackers stole nearly seven Crime Hacks Tokens Altcoin
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