The history of a user in Twitter makes it clear that you have to be very careful when it comes to marketing NFT, because any mistake, no matter how small, could lead to a terrible result and big losses.
Considered by some as the new commercial revolution or items without any sense at all, the truth is that digital digital technologies are these electronic tools that have the ability to generate, store or even process data. collectibles, better known as NFT, today have a market an area or arena, online or offline, in which commercial dealings are conducted. that is quite lucrative in which many people derive significant profits by trading their virtual goods. However, sometimes in this ecosystem there are stories that highlight how very simple mistakes can end up with significant losses.
The valuable NFT non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are cryptocurrencies that do not possess the property of fungibility. that sold for less than a penny
This is what happened to the user of Twitter @dino_dealer, who shared through the social network a network refers to all nodes in the operation of a blockchain at any given moment in time. a sobering story, in which he reported that he tried to sell his NFT of the collection EtherRock for more than USD $1 million equivalent in Ethereum a decentralized open-source blockchain with smart contracts functionality. (ETH), y por un error terminó prácticamente regalándolo al mejor postor.
In the story published by @dino_dealer, he indicated that he was the owner of the EtherRock #44 piece of a collection created in 2017 during the rise of theCryptoKitties which has now gained a lot of notoriety for being one of the oldest projects of its kind in the network. Ethereum. The collectible in question was to be marketed for about 444 ETH, pero por un error del usuario, lo terminó vendiendo en unos 444 Wei, figure equivalent to ETH 0.0000000000000000000444, less than a penny on the dollar.
How’s your week?
Mine? I just erroneously listed@etherrock #44 for 444 wei the smallest fraction of an Ether, with each Ether to 1000000000000000000 Wei. instead of 444 eth????♂️
Bot sniped it in the same block a file containing information on transactions completed during a given time period. Blocks are the constituent parts of a blockchain. and trying to flip for 234 eth
In one click my entire net worth of ~$1 million dollars, gone
Is there any hope?
Am I GMI?
Can snipers show mercy? pic.twitter.com/yq9Itb2Ukb
— Rock dust ???? (@dino_dealer) March 10, 2022
The sad part of this situation is that when the user was aware of the mistake he made and tried to change change — a concept relevant to cryptocurrencies that use the UTXO model — is the number of coins sent back to a user after they use their unspent outputs to initiate a transaction. the figures, a bargain-hunting bot (Sniper) immediately executed the order, leaving the NFT in the hands of another collector who practically received the collectible paying less than 0.00001% of its estimated value (excluding associated commissions).
Neither good nor bad, just mourners and the lucky ones
The affected user indicated that he tried to contact the customer service area of the portal where he made the operation, but they could not do anything since the NFT was marketed in accordance with the rules in force. The error in question was therefore qualified as the responsibility of the former owner, and there is nothing to appeal in this case.
Por el otro lado de la historia, quienes hicieron seguimiento a la operación encontraron que el nuevo propietario de la EtherRock #44 is now marketing the collectible for about USD $234 on ETH, which corresponds to approximately USD $620,000.
In his message, the user @dino_dealer satirized what happened by appealing to the “mercy of the Snipers bots”, but nothing seems to indicate that the new user will be sorry for the loss that resulted from this error.
Other cases with “happier endings
Just as it happened to the affected user, the ecosystem of the NFT is full of sad stories in which sometimes there may be a happier ending for those affected.
Such is the case of what happened a few months ago with the platform a place to buy, sell and store cryptocurrency OpenSea, which was the victim of a security the term securities refers to a fungible and tradable financial instrument that carries a type of monetary value. breach in which the NFT from some users ended up being stolen from their accounts. In this case the service opted to compensate those affected with USD $1.8 million by paying the estimated value of the collectibles, although some users preferred to have their items back rather than receive money for them.
En lo que fue otro giro para esta historia, la plataforma Mintable managed to recover some of the NFT frightened to OpenSea and reported that it would return them to their original owners.
- Proyecto NFT Bored Apes Yacht Club presenta su token a digital unit designed with utility in mind, providing access and use of a larger crypto economic system. nativo: ApeCoin
- Mintable recovers three NFTs non-fungible token, a unique non-interchangeable piece of digital content that is stored on a distributed ledger (blockchain). stolen from OpenSea and announces to return them to their owners
- OpenSea faces $1 million lawsuit over hacked Bored Ape NFT
- OpenSea invests $1.8 million to compensate people who lost their NFTs due to an exploit
Source: LevelUp , Twitter
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