Kevin Rose talks hacked NFT wallet containing dozens of high-value collectibles

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Kevin Rose talks hacked NFT wallet containing dozens of high-value collectibles


Kevin Rose, CEO and Co-Founder of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) group evidencetweeted that his personal wallet was hacked on Wednesday.

In a tweet, Rose advised her 1.6 million followers to avoid buying Chromie Squiggles. Generative Art NFT Project By the founder of Art Blocks Snowflo aka Eric CalderonRose said he lost 25 Squiggles, along with “several other NFTs” including Autoglyphs.

Lowest Squiggle price in secondary marketplaces high seas 13.3 ETH, around $20,700 at the time of writing. Rare Squigl NFT Have It can even be sold for up to 945 ETHor $2.8 million.

It seems that efforts are being made to Flag and recover stolen NFTs from the open sea. Estimated 1 Twitter account The wallet contains millions of dollars worth of rare NFTs, and Rose tricked into signing a contract I created a bundled private list.

Representatives for Rose and OpenSea did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Rose’s hack is the latest in a string of high-value exploits targeting high-profile Web3 figures. Earlier this month, Nikhil Gopalani, chief operating officer of NFT project RTFKT, owned by Nike (NKE), and his prominent NFT collector, CryptoNovo, Lost NFTs estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to scammers.



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