OpenSea conducted a research on the recent hack

At OpenSea, $1.7 million in ETH users’ NFTs were stolen on February 19. In connection with this, the marketplace disclosed some details of the hack.
OpenSea conducted a research on the recent hack

According to OpenSea co-founder Devin Finzer, the incident affected 17 users, originally reported at 32. Initially, everyone who interacted with the attacker’s account was counted. According to PeckShield's analytics department, 253 NFTs from various collections were stolen. This is a text from project CryptoDe​Fix. The lists of stolen tokens include Bored Ape Yacht Club, Azuki, CloneX, Mutant Ape Yacht Club and others.

According to OpenSea co-founder Devin Finzer, the incident affected 17 users, originally reported at 32. Initially, everyone who interacted with the attacker’s account was counted. Based on PeckShield’s analytics department, 253 NFTs from various collections were stolen. The lists of stolen tokens include Bored Ape Yacht Club, Azuki, CloneX, Mutant Ape Yacht Club and others.

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OpenSea NFT-marketplace for selling and buying tokens.
NFT-marketplace for selling and buying tokens.

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