dForce tweeted that the team has returned more than 90% of the total assets in less than 24 hours, and the users who have returned the assets have now received the assets in full. Lianwen previously reported that all assets of the Lendf.Me platform were stolen on April 19, and then on April 21, the attacker returned all assets to the Lendf.Me platform. On Monday, dForce released the Lendf.Me asset return program. Users who only have deposits and no loans will receive the original assets within one week, or they can log in to the system with a wallet, confirm the terms and initiate a refund application. Officials will process them in order. The borrowed users need to return the owed money before they can get back the mortgaged assets, otherwise the position may be liquidated as a stable currency after 7 days.