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A major Opensea exploit is ongoing – here’s how to protect yourself

Opensea’s smart contracts are rumoured to be exploited by a hacker, who has currently drained more than US$1.7m of funds and dozens of valuable NFTs from 32 traders.

Opensea acknowledged the exploit in a tweet and stated that the exploit appears to be a phishing attack which caused some users to sign a malicious payload from the attacker, giving the…

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