Grim Finance is exploited for $30 million
Adidas learns the hard way that limiting the number of NFTs one person can buy is hard
Prominent comics artist says continuous theft of his work for use as NFTs may force him to close his DeviantArt gallery
Multiple artists report OpenSea automatically closing their support tickets reporting stolen artwork; OpenSea removes ability to report
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 receives so much fan pushback on planned NFTs that the studio scraps the idea within a day
NFT collector who owns the NFT associated with the Bored Ape artwork used in this site header would like me to stop using "their" ape
Melania Trump announces an NFT collection which will begin with a painting of her "cobalt blue eyes"
Tweet from a crypto miner answers the question of where all the GPUs went
Another typing error proves costly to an NFT collector
Laurent Correia rug pulls $960,000 with his abandoned "Billionaire Dogs" NFT project
The project had an underwhelming reception, and the team quickly decided to reduce the supply of available NFTs from 6,500 to 2,000. Two days after launch, the funds were transferred out of the project wallet and to various addresses, including $400,000 which went to Correia. The project also deleted their website, Discord, and Twitter account that week.
Correia, for his part, has continued to post on his "Laurent BILLIONAIRE" Instagram account, where he shows off his private jet and tropical vacations with no mention of the Billionaire Dogs Club. His "NFT" Instagram story shows his pricey NFT purchases beginning on January 14.