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I was just thinking about how I have a few tokens in one wallet that I've used for ETH swaps, with a decent amount of value. I know it's probably sensible to keep everything separate but I didn't want to spend too much on fees at the time. So I was just wondering, when you read about staking platforms being hacked and users losing tokens - would a hack allow access to my entire wallet and the other tokens in it, or usually just to the ones which are staked on the platform?

I guess it might be different each time, I just wondered what past history has shown. I suppose the staking contract would usually only allow access to that specific token?

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