OpenSea Sued For 1 Million Dollars By User Who Lost His Bored Ape NFT

The OpenSea drama continues to stir up controversy, and although many NFT owners took their massive losses, one of the victims had enough and decided to take his case to court.
Timothy McKimmy, an NFT collector, sued the NFT marketplace OpenSea after losing his Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT due to what he described as a malicious attack on the platform.
How Thimothy McKimmy lost his Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT
As explained by Thimothy McKimmy – who goes by the nickname McKimmy on OpenSea – in or around February 7, 2022, a hacker exploited a security vulnerability to illegally access his wallet and sell his Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT to a third party for 0.01 WETH.
Taking into account the price of Ether as of February 21, 2022, the selling price McKimmy’s NFT would be around $25.73, which is virtually the equivalent of giving away the token considering that the price floor for the collection is 91.9 ETH, according to OpenSea’s data.
Because NFTs are unique tokens, there is no way to deter

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