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OpenSea, the popular NFT marketplace, has issued warnings to its API users regarding a potential security breach that may have been caused by an unidentified third-party vendor. This incident has raised concerns about user account abuse and has prompted urgent notifications to platform users. The breach may be connected to a recent security incident disclosed by another company.
Recent news articles suggest a negative sentiment towards the Stoner Cats NFT project. OpenSea, Rarible, and Blur have all blocked trades for the collection, and the project has been removed from major NFT marketplaces. These actions are believed to be in response to a recent announcement by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The former OpenSea manager, Nathaniel Chastain, has been sentenced to three months in prison for insider trading involving NFTs.
Mark Cuban, an investor in OpenSea, expressed disappointment in the platform's decision, leading creators to consider boycotts and restrictions.
OpenSea, the leading NFT marketplace, has decided to disable its royalty enforcement tool and make creator fees on secondary sales optional. This change, effective from August 31, aims to promote transparency and empower creators in the evolving NFT market.
A man has been indicted by U.S. authorities for allegedly stealing $450,000 worth of cryptocurrencies and NFTs.
Nate Chastain, the former head of product at OpenSea, was convicted of money laundering and wire fraud in a New York court in the first NFT-related insider trading prosecution. Nate used inside knowledge of OpenSea to trade NFTs and was found guilty on May 3.
Former OpenSea product manager Nathaniel Chastain is facing charges of wire fraud and money laundering for allegedly buying NFTs based on confidential information and selling them for over $50,000 illegal profit. The jury is currently deliberating on whether he is guilty of insider trading.
Former OpenSea product manager, Nathaniel Chastain, is on trial for wire fraud and money laundering charges related to an insider trading scheme involving NFTs. This case marks the first criminal insider trading case involving digital assets and may have implications for the legal classification of NFTs.
OpenSea has announced the launch of OpenSea Pro, a new marketplace aggregator designed to cater to professional NFT traders and compete with rivals like zero-fee platform Blur. Creator fees will be set at 2.5% for OpenSea's main platform and will be zero for Pro users. OpenSea Pro is a rebranded version of the NFT aggregator Gem v2 following OpenSea's acquisition of Gem in April 2022.
At OpenSea, we're excited about a brand new type of digital good called a non-fungible token, or NFT. NFTs have exciting new properties: theyâ€™re unique, provably scarce, tradeable, and usable across multiple applications. Just like physical goods, you can do whatever you want with them! You could throw them in the trash, gift them to a friend across the world, or go sell them on an open marketplace. But unlike physical goods, they're armed with all the programmability of digital goods.
Year Founded: 2017
HQ Location: SoHo, New York, NY, USA
HQ Timezone: America/New_York
Alexa US Rank: 316
Alexa Global Rank: 322
Total Employees: 270
Total $ Raised: 427,200,000
Estimated Annual Revenue: $10M-$50M