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NFT exploits

When I first saw the articles about the Discord exploit, I have to admit that I was worried. There are so many people holding NFTs now, and I wondered if this was some sort of threat against them. Thankfully, it seems like the issue has been resolved and everyone's NFTs are safe. Still, it's a good reminder that we need to be vigilant when it comes to security. As the saying goes, "Trust but verify." In this case, it's important to verify that our wallets and exchanges are secure before we put our trust in them.

In recent months, there has been a surge in the number of attacks on NFT marketplaces. These attacks have allowed attackers to steal millions of dollars worth of NFTs, and the trend shows no signs of slowing down. One of the most popular methods for conducting these attacks is via Discord. By spoofing a trusted user's identity, attackers are able to trick other users into sending them NFTs. Once the attacker has the NFTs, they can then sell them on the open market for a profit. This type of attack is particularly damaging because it undermines the trust that is necessary for these marketplaces to function. Without trust, users will be reluctant to participate in these marketplaces, and the entire ecosystem will suffer as a result.