Unluckily, NFT copies are on the rise at famous marketplace. Digital artist Lois van Baarle, known as well as Loish, said in a new tweet that “132 instances” of her artwork were minted as NFTs in Opensea.
Sorrowfully, to eliminate these NFTs, the artist has to write separate emails to OpenSea. This thing reveals the different limitations of NFT platforms.
As NFTs are all about authenticity, marketplaces have not taken any main steps to secure NFTs from stealing.
Van Baarle is known for her light paintings and portrayal of characters with a combination of animation and colors.
In addition, Loish said, “It takes a very short time to find a lot of the nasty and bigoted NFTs on OpenSea. But the bigger problem is the market dynamics that underlie the whole NFT ecosystem.”
She also listed the disadvantages of the present system in main marketplaces. At first, she featured how smart contacts are not yet useful for determining NFT authentication. Second, marketplaces like Rarible must provide a “verified” on the creator’s page.