The CEO of Cameo, Steven Galanis, is the sufferer of the newest NFT hack, having a BAYC, $9,000 value of $APE, and three Otherside land plots, amongst others. This was performed by way of his Apple ID being hacked. He should expect extra to be taken, as he mentioned: “up to now”.
The Hack of Steven Galanis
Steven Galanis has sadly been hacked, and had a number of NFTs and associated objects stolen from his OpenSea to an unknown person. He introduced this to his Twitter viewers of over 18,000 folks.
At the moment, all he can do is ask for OpenSea to freeze the stolen NFTs, and lock down his account on the platform. He additionally tagged OpenSea and Yuga Labs in his Tweet, in one other type of trying to find assist.
As soon as it’s found who stole the NFTs from Galanis, probably one thing may be performed, like having the NFTs returned. Nonetheless, this solely typically occurs, and typically the case isn’t resolved.
The group chimed in with their ideas. Some with constructive messages to the Cameo CEO, some being extra crucial. In help of Galanis, a Twitter person mentioned: “Sorry brother that’s actually harsh :(“. Alternatively, one person mentioned: “With every of those tales, I get much less and fewer keen on crypto.”
Cameo in Crypto
Cameo, headed by their CEO, Steven Galanis, have been concerned within the NFT area. In February of this yr, Cameo introduced their very own NFT titled ‘Cameo Go’. It’s a restricted set of 6,000 artwork and utility NFTs. Their objective by way of the launch was to construct an NFT-based group of cameo expertise and followers, together with web3 lovers. The mint price was 0.2 ETH, and now, on the secondary market they’re going for a flooring worth of 0.1 ETH on OpenSea. On the time of launch, they mentioned that “your Cameo Go will act as your membership cross to an unique group of followers, celebrities and web3 lovers and can entitle holders to digital/IRL occasions, merch, and perhaps some issues which have by no means been tried earlier than.”
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