Decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Aave (AAVE) has eliminated nearly 3 million Curve (CRV) debt resulting from a transaction made by Mango Markets exploiter Avraham Eisenberg in November.
Aave’s integration leader Marc Zeller In a new post published Jan. 26, the firm’s 2.7 million Curves purchased and that 15 hours with a dozen operations in “remaining bad debt” announced to clean up. In this period, the transactions were completed in accordance with the announcement. in the Aave protocol “bad debt”on November 23 Avraham Eisenberg carried out by from a sophisticated exploit it was welded.
With this move, which was made as a result of the proposal submitted to the Aave community’s approval and accepted in the past days, Aave has cleared this debt after the Eisenberg attack. After the manipulations that took place in November, CRV announced that it would take action on the issue.
Eisenberg’s transactions at that time “profitable trading strategy” named it, as a result, from Mango 117 million dollars won and it 64 million dollars had returned it.
Several whales accompanied by Eisenberg from aave approximately $52 million USDC with commitment $30 million CRV has taken a loan and at the same time as the CRV loan it has drawn by selling openly as well as short taking a position plans to profit had been claimed. In that process, accompanied by whale operations, 30%’after a near fall 80%There was an increase of about .
CoinGecko According to data provided by CRV price in the last 24 hours 4% declined, and at the time of writing from $1.02 is being traded.