The author of the series “Robot Chicken” was intended to present a digital character taken from the NFT group “Bored Ape Yacht Club”. But that was before an intruder kidnapped him.
Who could have been bitten by Seth Green monkeys? Don’t worry, we’re not talking here about primates in the flesh but about digital images from the Bored Ape Yacht Club series, which are being resold in the form of NFTs, virtual title certificates based on the same technology. of cryptocurrencies. On May 17, this actor was seen in Buffy the Vampire Slayer or in austin powers, animated series creator Robot chicken Twitter ad That three “bored monkeys”, plus another small character, were stolen from him, after being hacked by phishing – a very common form of Internet scam. Then the hacker resold two of the four NFTs for several hundred dollars (!)…
Seth Green’s problem is that he’s been working on a new comic series for several months that combines animation and live action, and “Fred”, one of the monkeys who grew up, was the central character in the series. White Horse Pub. By hacking his “boredom monkey”, Seth Green also lost the rights to the commercial exploitation that came with it, and could no longer feature it in his series. Finally, in theory, because Fred’s new owner, a certain “DarkWing84”, would have to go to court to prove that he was the rights holder and that he was unaware that piracy had taken place. In short, we are not done talking about NFTs and the ridiculous stories caused by the speculative enthusiasm they elicit.
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