$100 million cyber theft targets US cryptocurrency company Harmony

US crypto company reports $100 million worth of digital coins stolen from one of its key products . North Korean hackers linked to the robbery in March .

Harmony, a US crypto company, reported on Friday that hackers took around $100 million worth of digital coins from one of its key products, the latest in a series of cyber heists targeting businesses in the crypto industry, where traditional gatekeepers such as banks and non-fungible tokens have been hacked.Harmony also maintains that bitcoin and ether have been used to transmit information between different blockchains.According to London-based blockchain analytics firm Elliptic, over $1 billion has been stolen from bridges so far in 2022, according to Elliptic, which tracks publicly visible blockchain data.Harmony did not immediately respond to requests for comment via email and social media.In March, hackers stole a number of different cryptocurrencies from Harmony, including ether, Tether, and USD Coin, which they later exchanged for ether using so-called decentralized exchanges.North Korean hackers were linked to the robbery, which was one of the largest ever crimes discovered by the US.