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Hundreds of NFTs stolen from OpenSea wallets – here’s what you need to know

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Feb
2022
Hundreds of NFTs stolen from OpenSea wallets – here’s what you need to know

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Hundreds of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have been stolen from the accounts of OpenSea users after a series of successful phishing attacks, it has emerged.

The NFT marketplace was alerted to the issue over the weekend when a handful of customers discovered tokens missing from their wallets. Word of the incident quickly spread, causing a stir in the NFT community.

In an attempt to calm the panic, OpenSea chief executive Devin Finzer took to Twitter, explaining that the attacks were not the result of a security vulnerability in the platform, but rather a phishing campaign targeting NFT owners.

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