New Bored Bunny NFT Collection Raised Close to 2,000 ETH, Then Scammed There Collectors

 

Bored Bunny, an NFT collection dropped on January 5th i.e earlier today had raised close to 2,000 ETH during the first hours of it going live. However, now the project has drained out all the raised ETH, and nearly 800 ETH has been sent to (Binance). The undertaking has quieted every one of its channels on Discord and the floor cost for the task tumbled to 0.59 ETH.

Bored Bunny, an NFT collection dropped on January 5th i.e earlier today had raised close to 2,000 ETH during the first hours of it going live. However, now the project has drained out all the raised ETH, and nearly 800 ETH has been sent to (Binance). The undertaking has quieted every one of its channels on Discord and the floor cost for the task tumbled to 0.59 ETH.



This will be the second weekly NFT robbery to sound an alarm within the NFT community. Previously, most of these scams, especially scams, were related to the Defi marketplace, but the NFT environment has had a slew of fake scams.


Just a week ago, Twitch founder Fractal's NFT platform suffered a  loss of $150,000 on its debut, and the hacker's overseer pushed the Discord hack into the platform. Disguised as a respectable fractal bot, the artificial Discord bot encouraged people to mint nearly 3,333 NFTS for 1 (Solana), costing nearly 3,500 people and losing nearly $600,000.



The increase in the number of hacks in NFT

The increase in the number of hacks in NFT Non Fungible Tokens was part of the crypto landscape as of 2012 and received some support in terms of adoption through use in 2019, but 2021 has proven to be a landmark release. The NFT landscape has grown into a multi-billion dollar corporation, and today's well-known collections of NFTs boast a whopping $4 million in land costs. However, as with the most popular cryptocurrency use cases, it also makes them attractive to scammers.

With a similar breakthrough in 2020, the Defi was associated with 75% of scams that cost billions of dollars in 2021. The growing number of NFT scams and hacks is also showing a similar surplus. To date, the major public selling platform NFT, which is primarily based on Ethereum, is buying and selling nearly $3 billion per month. The company has raised more than $300 million in additional Series C funding, giving it more than $13 billion in value, making it one of the most prominent NFTs and unicorns in the world today. OpenSea scores show how fast NFT machines.

 

Jamie Lamten

Jamie Lamten is a writer and investor in crypto, provides his opinions and the latest news about non-fungible tokens.

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