Days in Operation:
100 pts each
Golden Finance reported that a vulnerability in the NFT market OpenSea destroyed at least 42 NFTs with a value of at least US$100,000. This problem was first introduced by Ethernet Square Domain Name Service (ENS) lead developer Nick Johnson raised, he pointed out that when he ENS transfer a domain name (in the form of the NFT), it is transferred to a destroyed address. This means it was accidentally sent to an uncontrolled address and can no longer be moved. Regarding the destroyed ENS domain name, Johnson stated that this was the first registered ENS domain name, called rilxxlir.eth, which was held by an ENS account when Johnson registered it with personal funds. In order to transfer the ENS domain name to his own account, he went to OpenSea to perform the transfer operation, but found that it was sent to a destruction address by mistake. Since Johnson is still the controller of the ENS domain name, he can still modify it, but he cannot move the domain name. Subsequently, Johnson received further reports from other people who were similarly affected, and compiled a list of 32 affected transactions involving 42 NFTs.
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