The hacker behind the cryptocurrency heists has returned half of the $600m (£433m) assets stolen.
The firm affected on Tuesday, Poly Network wrote a message on Twitter, stating the individual to get in touch to work out a solution.
The hacker then posted messages guaranteed to return funds, stating to be "not very interested in money".
On the next day, Poly Network said it had received $260m back.
The company, a blockchain platform which let its users to swap different types of digital tokens, stated on Twitter that it had been sent back three cryptocurrencies, including $3.3m worth of Ethereum , $1m worth of Polygon and $256m worth of Binance Smart Chain (BSC)
A total sum of $84m in Polygon and $269m in Ethereum tokens tokens has yet to be recovered.