|All Time High:|
|Market Cap: |
|The price of #ORN today is $0.52 USD.|
The lowest ORN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.521, and the current live price for one ORN coin is $0.52103.
The all-time high ORN coin price was $29.31.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of ORN with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Orion Protocol crypto currency is #ORN. |
Orion Protocol is 3.2 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Orion Protocol is $24,672,549.|
Orion Protocol is ranked #387, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a big daily trading volume on #ORN.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Orion Protocol is $1,685,457.
|The circulating supply of ORN is 47,353,257 coins, which is 51% of the total coin supply.|
More Orion Protocol (#ORN) News
|Orion Protocol Hacked for $3 Million Through Reentrancy Attack
Orion Protocol – a liquidity aggregator for both CeFi and DeFi exchanges – saw its core contract hacked on Thursday across both its Ethereum and Binance Smart Chains (BSC) deployments.
The hacker netted over 1700 ETH, cumulatively worth over $3 million at writing time.
Another Reentrancy Hack
As explained by the blockchain security company PeckShield on Twitter, Thursday’s hack was made possible “due to incomplete reentrancy protection.” A reentrancy bug refers to when an attacker may withdraw funds repeatedly from a smart contract at no cost.
PeckShield elaborated that the swapThroughOrionPool function lets anyone with crafted tokens to hijack their transfer into re-entering the deposit asset function. This lets users increase their balance without any actual cost of funds.
In this case, the hacker used a newly constructed token called ATK, and a self-destructing smart contract, to manipulate Orion’s pools.
4/ The hack is started first on BSC w/ initial fund 0.4 BNB from @TornadoCash. The ETH hack draws initial fund 0.4 ETH from @SimpleSwap_io. After hack, the gain of 1100 ETH is deposited into @TornadoCash and other 657 ETH stays in the hacker’s account: https://t.co/wGG6RA0qii pic.twitter.com/lRj9HGEgQc
— PeckShield Inc. (@peckshield) February 3, 2023
Alexey Koloskov, CEO of Orion, published a thread explaining the exploit shortly after it occurred.
“We have reasons to believe that ...