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OpenSea Exploit: Bored Ape 8924 Scooped at 92% Discount of Floor Price

Summary:
OpenSea’s front-end issues continue to cause losses for NFT holders, and according to one BAYC member, it just cost him Bored Ape #8924. As CryptoPotato reported earlier today, multiple sources pointed towards a front-end exploit in OpenSea’s platform. This had already allowed a malicious party to obtain roughly 0K worth of ETH, but it seems that the issues are only increasing. Twitter user VirtualToast.eth reported that their Bored Ape #8924 was purchased for 6.66. For context, that’s around 92% less than the current floor value for the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection on OpenSea. This is what the ape looks like: Source: OpenSeaThe user also appealed to anyone who might have an ape that’s ever been listed for a lower price: If you have an ape that’s ever been listed for

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OpenSea’s front-end issues continue to cause losses for NFT holders, and according to one BAYC member, it just cost him Bored Ape #8924.

  • As CryptoPotato reported earlier today, multiple sources pointed towards a front-end exploit in OpenSea’s platform.
  • This had already allowed a malicious party to obtain roughly $750K worth of ETH, but it seems that the issues are only increasing.
  • Twitter user VirtualToast.eth reported that their Bored Ape #8924 was purchased for 6.66. For context, that’s around 92% less than the current floor value for the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection on OpenSea.
  • This is what the ape looks like:
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Source: OpenSea
  • The user also appealed to anyone who might have an ape that’s ever been listed for a lower price:

If you have an ape that’s ever been listed for a lower price then moved around without de-listing. Please. Remove all permissions for OpenSea.

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