NFT Marketplace, OpenSea, Reportedly Loses $780,000 To Hackers

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Hackers on Monday reportedly stole 332 Etherium from the world’s largest Non Fungible Token marketplace, OpenSea.

The 332 Etherium stolen by hackers amounts to $2,350 per Ether and $780,000, based on the current market rate.

A blockchain security company, Peck Shield disclosed this in a tweet, which reads, “It appears that @opensea has a front-end issue and the exploiter gained about 332 Ether.”

The Ether Scan transaction ID for the hack was also revealed in the tweet.

Non Fungible Tokens are verifiable digital assets that stem from artworks, collectables, and other digital items that can be traded on a blockchain platform.

In other news, a leading Information Technology service management company in Nigeria, Computer Warehouse Group (CWG) including Transcorp and First Bank Holdings led last week’s capital market investment based on volume, reports revealed.

This is as the three companies contributed 43.65% and 4.38% to the total equity turnover volume and value respectively, Naija News understands.

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