Cryptomories founder, Iwwon, says he has “broken the OpenSea verification system”. He claims that this is unfair and that is quite suspicious. This comes after his project, Cryptomories, was removed from the platform after claiming copyright. They are back currently on the platform, but have not yet been verified.
Cryptomories founder, Iwwon made a big claim on Twitter. “I think I cracked OpenSea’s verification system: if a member of the OpenSea team purchase an NFT from the series, it will be verified,” he said.
Actually, this indicates that Cryptomories has not yet been verified, but the projects that he thinks are of lower quality, simply because one of the Opensea employees bought one of them, in a way, a kind of promotion of the project at a higher price.
It has not yet been confirmed what project Iwwon was discussing. It is noteworthy that Opensea has been earlier involved in commercial scandals.
Many projects with lower floor prices, fewer followers, and a less active community than Cryptomories have been verified on the NFT platform.