In decades past, whether it’s Hollywood or Netflix, stories of heists continue to capture the imaginations of millions around the world: Now You See Me, Baby Driver, Inception, and Ocean’s Eleven, just to name a few.

These plots involve beautiful backdrops, subversive agents, betrayal, and life-changing amounts of money. Not only does it make for a great film, but it also paints a gilded picture of grand larceny as a profession. The daring raids, complicated planning, and desperate characters who everyone can relate to, is what makes a heist movie exciting.

TLDR; The Web3 Security Revolution

But what of modern heists? Modern heists have moved into the networked world in the form of ransomware, phishing, and botnets. Most big heists these days involve spreading malware across networks and stealing information from private databases.

It’s not as dramatic as it used to be…or is it?

It is. It exists in Web3, and it’s happening right now. As we write this article, some of the most valuable, easily-stolen objects to ever exist (smart contracts with billions in user funds) are being fought over by whitehats trying to protect the space and blackhats trying to pull off some of the biggest heists ever seen in history — to the tune of hundreds of millions.

Full article: The Web3 Security Revolution

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