Because of the relative ease of access and structurally different mechanism of work, the cryptocurrency market has become a vulnerable target for a range of sweeping attacks. Frequently, the main victims of such attacks are exchanges, liquidity providers or aggregators, and DeFi projects. These hacking intrusions have been growing exponentially in the last 5 years because of the substantial expansion of the cryptocurrency reach and the common ones include ransomware , scamming activity, phishing scams, and hacking of exchanges or wallets (Chainalysis 2019). The main vector of attacks can frequently be delineated in either internal flaws of the code or negligence of shared private keys. Indeed, the amount of cybercrime involving cryptocurrencies has grown via ransomware, scamming activity, phishing scams, and hacking of exchanges or wallets.