The hacker demanded the surrender of all Kyber company assets, both on-chain and off-chain, including shares, equity and tokens.
Update Nov. 30 1:10PM UTC: This article has been updated to add details on the hackers demands.
The hacker behind the $46-million KyberSwap exploit has finally released their conditions for the return of the stolen funds, which include “complete executive control” over the Kyber company.
On Nov. 30, the KyberSwap hacker sent an on-chain message addressing all relevant and interested parties.
In exchange, the hacker promised to buy out the company’s executives at a fair valuation and “wished well” in their “future endeavors.” The hacker also promised to double the employees’ salaries under the new regime.
Apart from this, the hacker also said that tokenholders and investors will also benefit from the transition by having their tokens “no longer be worthless.” They wrote:
“Is this not sweet enough? I’ll go further still.