SOL holders cannot withdraw their assets from Lido due to a contractual error

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A bug in the Lido protocol code prevents some users from withdrawing funds to SOL.

Lido stopped providing services for Solana in February. But the protocol still holds $24 million in SOLs from 31,000 wallets.

Specifically, Lido removed the web interface and those who failed to withdraw their SOLs in five months must interact directly with the protocol code to recover their assets.
P2P product manager Pavel Pavlov stated that there is a broken logic in the protocol’s smart contract that also prevents withdrawals.

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