Bored Ape Yacht Club is one of the most famous and most expensive non-fungible token chains in the crypto market.
However, by exploiting the “OpenSea” platform, the NFT called “Bored Ape 8924” was purchased at a price 92% lower than its real price.
Earlier yesterday, multiple sources indicated that there was a malicious exploit in the OpenSea platform.
Which has already allowed a malicious party to obtain nearly $750,000 worth of Ethereum, and the problems seem to be growing.
A Twitter user, VirtualToast.eth, reported that Bored Ape 8924 was purchased for 6.66 ETH.
Which means, to put things into context, it sold for about 92% less than it’s current value, as most of the NFT Bored Ape Yacht Club collection sells for a hefty price on the OpenSea platform.
As for the monkey that was sold at 92% less than its real price, it is shown in the image below:
He appealed to the user who lost his monkey and sold it at a price much lower than what the rest of the users deserve to beware of the “OpenSea” platform and stop selling operations on it, as his statement came as follows:
If you have ever had a monkey listed at a lower price, then go somewhere else.
Please remove all permissions for OpenSea.
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