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There's been a vibe shift in the world of NFTs post-crash.
Countless phishing sites have sprung up promising to refund fees paid on failed transactions for NFTs this weekend.
Yuga Labs' Otherside sale sparked a "gas war" that wasted millions and clogged up Ethereum, resulting in failed transactions.
Hackers tricked victims into giving control of their wallets to them with a fake ad for an upcoming NFT project.
The NFT marketplace is now facing at least three lawsuits over stolen cartoon apes after a new complaint was filed this week.
This isn't the first hack of Discord-based crypto communities, and it's not likely to be the last.
“Plaintiff’s Bored Ape has significant value; this is unquestionable," Timothy McKimmy's lawyer claims in the lawsuit.
Bollywood celebrities and their in-built fan base are cashing in on the trend to create an industry dominated by Gen Z and millennial buyers.
After a glitch in OpenSea caused several people to lose their NFTs for a fraction of their price, the company is offering refunds that are leaving some unhappy.
A Twitter user with the handle 'ILovePonzi' said hackers stole eleven of his NFTs, and then sold them for around $700,000.
The NFT art heists, digital wallet hacks, and token scams will continue until morale improves.