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Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) hacked from NFT marketplace OpenSea to be Returned to Rightful Owners

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Three non-fungible tokens (NFTs) stolen from users of NFT marketplace OpenSea are to be returned to their owners, after rival platform Mintable tracked them down.
NFT Marketplace, Mintable, Recovers Three NFTs that were Stolen From OpenSea Users. Mintable is looking for the owners of three “Azuki” NFTs that were stolen from OpenSea users in a phishing attack last week.

Video Contents:
00:00 – Intro
00:41 – Stolen NFTs Set to Be Returned
02:45 – Stormy Weather for OpenSea
04:05 – Stolen Property Rights, Bona Fide Purchaser Doctrine
06:08 – OpenSea Stolen NFT FUD
07:45 – Final Thoughts/Outro

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