Azuki, CloneX, and Moonbirds add another $6.9 million to the tally of NFTs “reported for suspicious activity” on OpenSea.
This dashboard looks into locked PFP NFTs on OpenSea which have been flagged as stolen/suspicious
Interesting work by Beetle https://t.co/gJsgaraoVL
— Dune (@DuneAnalytics) July 6, 2022
Infinite money glitch:
Step 1: Sell my ape
Step 2: Tell OpenSea that I got it stolen so they can mark it as suspicious and lock it on their site
Step 3: Buy my ape back for cheaper on another marketplace
Step 4: Contact OpenSea so they can unlock my ape
Step 5: Repeat https://t.co/u2t4We6eAq
— Franklin 🅱️uilding 57 apes (@franklinisbored) July 2, 2022
Harsh take — @opensea is currently penalizing legitimate owners of (previously) stolen NFTs just bc the original owner was incompetent.
How does that make sense?
Code is truth. Whoever owns the NFT, owns the NFT.
Don’t make an innocent 3rd party pay for someone else’s mistake.
— Jameson ☻ (@friendlyjameson) July 2, 2022