Blur Finance allegedly rug pulled, investors at a combined $600K loss

Blur Finance allegedly rug pulled, investors at a combined $600K loss

Blur Finance allegedly rug pulled, investors at a combined $600K loss Blur Finance allegedly rug pulled, investors at a combined $600K loss Christian Nwobodo · 4 hours ago · 1 min read

Blur Finance developers allegedly took out over $600,000 worth of BLR from Polygon and BNB Chain, causing the token to crash over 90% in value.

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Updated: August 10, 2022 at 1:07 pm

Blur Finance allegedly rug pulled, investors at a combined $600K loss

Cover art/illustration via CryptoSlate

Yield aggregator platform Blur Finance has allegedly been rug pulled as over $600,000 worth of tokens was withdrawn within minutes.

Security firm PeckShield tweeted on August 10 that Blur Finance developers have taken out over $600,000 from its Polygon and BNB Chain contracts.

#PeckShieldAlert #rugpull Seems Blur Finance $BLR rugged. $BLR ha

s dropped -99%. https://t.co/phmi0OPIbphttps://t.co/qk5c0UF6fY

The social media channel deleted and ~$600k were taken on polygon and BNBChain.

Thanks @Adam0658 for the intel. pic.twitter.com/e1oHDKkDVa

— PeckShieldAlert (@PeckShieldAlert) August 10, 2022

The BLR token was trading at $0.00064 as of press time — down 99% from its peak of $0.06 only about 24 hours ago.

Blur Finance launched on BNB Chain on July 7 and had gained 733 holders before the rug pull. At the moment, all its social media channels have been deleted.

Same model for recent rug pulls

Two days ago, PeckShield flagged an alleged rug pull of over $1 million by Dragoma developers. $420,000 USDT and 880,000 MATIC reportedly vanished from the polygon contract.

Similarly, on July 25, Teddy Doge developers made away with $4.5 million in a soft rug pull. According to the report, 30 billion TEDDY tokens were swapped for BNB and BUSD and then cashed out through the Binance exchange.

In each instance of the rug pull, the project developers would market aggressively and offer high return promises. Investors who take the bait are often left with unexpected losses.

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