HomeAltcoinA million dollars was stolen in the game Dragon.

A million dollars was stolen in the game Dragon.

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Dragoma, a Polygon-based game, was reportedly the victim of a million-dollar theft. PeckShield, a blockchain security startup, was the first to disclose the issue, citing the sudden reduction in the value of Dragoma’s DMA token.

According to available information, the project has been robbed of around 420,000 USDT and 880,000 MATIC. In less than 24 hours, the value of DMA plummeted from $1.8 to less than $0.0016.

The actual magnitude of the loss is unknown; however, according to Polygon Scan statistics, more than 5,700 wallet addresses had Dragoma.

The app’s website is temporarily unavailable, and the Telegram channel has been deactivated. Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) and other social media networks have also been eliminated.

The event happened less than a day after MEXC Global introduced the cryptocurrency on its platform. Due to “abnormal transfers on the Dragoma (DMA) chain,” the exchange subsequently banned trading on this cryptocurrency until further notice.

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