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A recent security breach involving Ledger Connect has sent shockwaves through the NFT community, leaving many enthusiasts reeling from substantial losses and raising serious concerns about the safety of their digital assets. Muro, a Bitcoin analyst, who lost a staggering $50,000 worth of funds alongside valuable NFTs, is a stark reminder of the need for heightened security awareness in the world of non-fungible tokens.
WARNING 🚫Just got this email and clicked without thinking for a momentThey got me in a moment of distraction. I realized right after connecting my wallet but it was too lateFunds worth 50K stolen immediately, SAVM and my ALPHA Prestie NFT, I am really mad nowBE AWARE! pic.twitter.com/Z9aoWBJ53p— Muro (@MuroCrypto) January 22, 2024
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