The project was first attacked by someone who tried to stop people who bought certain NFTs in the project from getting their money back. The attack, on the other hand, was meant to find a flaw in the project, and it was quickly fixed.
As a result of the hack, around $34 million worth of ETH was stuck in the contract for good. Even the people who made Aku Dreams won’t be able to get the money.
The attack expecting to uncover a powerlessness within the extend, and was rapidly reversed.
When Micah Johnson, who used to be a baseball player, came up with the idea for Aku Dreams, he used the virtual figure Aku. Last year, the collection was shown in a real-life show.
First, Aku Dreams NFT didn’t work out. The flaw in the code was found right after Aku Dreams started making its new line of Akutars. Even before the $34 million was revealed, people had been having problems with the launch.
Any people who were affected by the mistake will get their money back, the developer said.