Few days back, there were rumours that two EOS (EOS) gambling DApps were attacked by hackers and over $250,000 EOS token worth was carted away. In another contradicting news yesterday, it was revealed that more than 1.5 million EOS tokens have been gambled on the Cryptocurrency Dapps within 24hrs.
EOS (EOS) DApps Attacked
The decentralized blockchain technology which hosts countless of DApps on its network has once again displayed vulnerability in the space as a DEOSGames user, runningsnail, on Sept. 9 got paid $1,000 dozens of times after depositing 10 EOS.
The users, according to the report won the jackpot 30 seconds after the deposit in a suspicious automated process.
In response to the events, DEOSGames also established the hack, claiming it smart contract was attacked, and it has been fixed.
Similarly on September 14, a betting platform on the blockchain platform EOS declared that it has also been hacked. EOSBetCasino in the release said a breach of bankroll on its system resulted to 44,427.4302 EOS theft and the development team had to take the contract offline to avert any further loss.
EOS (EOS) Gambling Dapps Witnesses Over 1,5 million EOS-tokens In 24hrs.
The EOS community, through its twitter page yesterday disclosed to the world that DappRadar recorded that 1.5+ million EOS-tokens equivalent to about $8.3 million have been wagered on 5 EOS gambling DApps.
The report which included the two DApps which were attacked recently revealed as follows:
EOS DApp Name Volume/24hrs
EOS Lottery 29,380.50
EOS Lucky Dice 587,710.17
EOS Bet 911,127.40
DEX EOS 13,931.20
After summing the volumes of the EOS-tokens that have was wagered on the DApps within 24hrs, the total revealed -1558048.36 EOS tokens.
EOS (EOS) Peaked To 500k Transactions In 24h
While the Cryptocurrency continues to display its potency in the crypto space, shredding off the denting hack events, EOS revealed today that a new peak in EOS interactions was achieved yesterday as the altcoin reached 500k real transactions in 24hrs, a number which equals 5.78 transactions per second.