The Maker Foundation, a non-profit organization in partnership with Coinbase and the Zeppelin platform, conducted a second round of an audit of a MakerDAO network voting smart contract, during which a critical vulnerability was discovered. The developers initiated an urgent upgrade.
You are not in danger of losing your MKR if you own one of the ~190 addresses who have staked MKR in the current MakerDAO Governance Voting Contract, but you are advised to move your MKR out of the old contract and back into your personal wallet immediately.
Head of Community Development, MakerDAO
Instructions can be found on the link.
However, the developers stressed that user funds remain secure, and the vulnerability has already been fixed. Those who do not participate in the voting weren't affected by the problem.
In the last vote on the additional collection was attended by 114 876 MKR (over $ 60 million).
Earlier it became known that a number of top managers left the Maker Foundation because of a conflict with the founder of the project, Rune Christensen, who allegedly made an attempt to centralize control over the Maker development fund.