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Cyvers: A suspicious transfer involving a stakingProxy contract on Polygon was discovered, and $613,000 was deposited into Tornado Cash

Cyvers' artificial intelligence system has detected a suspicious transfer involving a non-active stakingProxy contract on Polygon. The value of the transfer is $613,000 and has been bridged to ETH and deposited into Tornado Cash.


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