ZkSync, a Web3 behemoth brimming with anticipation for its forthcoming release, faced a jarring upheaval when news of Era Lend’s hack surfaced. Era Lend, a premier lending platform within the ZkSync ecosystem, fell prey to exploitation, resulting in losses of a staggering $3.4 million. In a show of resilience, they swiftly wrested control from the threat and temporarily suspended all operations.
According to DeFiLlama‘s data, the assets locked within Era Lend plummeted from a lofty $18.5 million to a modest $10.75 million. Alongside the repercussions of the $3.4 million attack, certain investors opted to withdraw their assets from the platform. Such a predicament experienced by Era Lend within the ZkSync ecosystem could potentially cast a shadow of doubt over the entire project.
DeFi projects are often plagued by hack-related news. While the anticipation for ZkSync’s airdrop remains palpable, the extent of its impact on the blockchain network amid this ecosystem turmoil remains a topic of intense debate.