Mango Markets exploiter behind alleged $116M theft will stand trial in December By Cointelegraph


The criminal case against the crypto user allegedly behind a multimillion-dollar exploit of decentralized exchange Mango Markets will be moving forward in the United States, with a trial scheduled for Dec. 4.

According to court records filed on June 14, Judge Richard Berman of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York set Avraham Eisenberg’s trial date for Dec. 4. Eisenberg was allegedly responsible for executing a major Mango Markets exploit in October 2022, resulting in the theft of roughly $116 million in governance token MNGO, (USDC) and Marinade Staked SOL (mSOL).