The hacker behind one of the largest cryptocurrency heists to date has returned almost half of the $600m (£433m) stolen assets.
The hacker then posted messages pledging to return funds, claiming to be "not very interested in money".
On Wednesday, Poly Network said it had received $260m back, BBC reported.
The company, a blockchain platform which lets users swap different types of digital tokens, posted on Twitter that it had been sent back three cryptocurrencies, including $3.3m worth of Ethereum, $256m worth of Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and $1m worth of Polygon.
A total of $269m in Ethereum tokens and $84m in Polygon tokens has yet to be recovered.
The hacker claimed to have always planned to return the tokens and said the heist was carried out to highlight vulnerabilities in Poly Network software.