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OpenSea removes CryptoMories from its list

OpenSea removes CryptoMories from its list

“The Page is lost.” This is an OpenSea error message which welcomed CryptoMories NFT owners. At the beginning, it looked that the platform could ultimately overcome all the problems after updating its smart contract. Unluckily, migration caused the elimination of some NFT projects.
CryptoMories are 10,000 small skeletons which aim to remind the NFT community that life is great with its colored pieces. The artist, Iwwon, animator, Zelroug and developer, Bignenet, began the project. Afterwards, NFT influencer and entrepreneur GaryVee got inspired.

The NFT community has been discussing the concerns that plague the industry’s largest NFT marketplace. It began with recovering assets and blocking NFTs. Later, the listing errors and phishing attacks entered the image. The process of verifying and screening projects has also been criticized. This condition is a big public relations nightmare, and thousands of dissatisfied users criticize the platform and name it BrokenSea.
Moreover, users were hopeful when OpenSea revealed that it is making various critical improvements to the platform. Contract migration was a big solution which eliminates all issues. Unluckily, new issues arose, like removing CryptoMories from the list.

Both OpenSea and CryptoMories did not provide certain technical details. Nonetheless, the NFT collectible assured its community that they are solving things out. “We have identified the OpenSea issue, and are presently working to resolve it. Make sure your Mories are secure in your wallet”. Stated the project on Twitter.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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