DigiDaigaku On Super Bowl Warned Of Frequent Scams
- The NFT DigiDaigaku project, after its debut at the Super Bowl, is being warned about scams through malicious links.
- A Twitter user named Tedtheeast briefly shared the steps to help victims deal with the aftermath.
- Before that, users were also annoyed when the parent company of the NFT project spent $6.5 million for an advertising slot to “get a reputation” in the 2023 season.
On February 13, Twitter user Tedtheeast warned that the NFT DigiDaigaku collection featured during the Super Bowl attracts a lot of traffic to the NFT circles and gets many people stolen by links cheating.
In addition, Tedtheeast also provides detailed instructions on how to make users deal with the consequences. Specifically:
- First, ensure that the theft is due to signature and not authorization. The difference is paying the Gas fee or not. It can be checked in the blockchain explorer. Any suspicious authorization can be canceled on revoke.cash and echo.cash also has a wallet plugin for browsers that can prompt malicious sites.
- Make sure the mnemonic is not leaked. If the mnemonic is leaked, there is no other way to change the wallet.
- The theft of NFT and ETH due to the signature is one-time. After all, for many people, wallets aren’t just changed at will. Often, in addition to NFTs, there are other pledged or unclaimed DeF tokens, as well as other assets, on the chain.
- For those assets that have been stolen, the most important thing is to raise your security consciousness. Before clicking on any link/authorization/signature, you must check it carefully.
“I heard that the DigiDaigaku Super Bowl event was viral these two days. Many people have stolen a lot of property because of fraudulent information. Stay calm, especially during a hectic affair. Simple Analysis Now, this wave is not directly related to the previous wave of suspected ‘North Korean hackers. But in terms of signature phishing techniques, organizations are getting more sophisticated and gradually have all the necessary methods, and there is always one that works for you…”Yu Xian, the founder of SlowMist Technology, also commented.
According to previous news, on February 4, Limit Break, the parent company of DigiDaigaku, will spend $6.5 million to launch NFT ads on Super Bowl LVII on February 12 and distribute NFT for the fee for a limited audience at the time.
Specifically, they will continuously display a QR code on the match screen, leading to a free 10,000 Ethereum NFT mint page. However, this process could have gone better than expected by the community. Many say that the QR code redirects them to the Twitter page of Gabriel Leydon, the co-founder, and CEO of Limit Break.
The community has been very uncomfortable with the act of “getting fame” for this NFT project.
DigiDaigaku is a collection of 2022 unique characters developed by Limit Break, a company founded by world-renowned game designers Gabriel Leydon and Halbert Nakagawa. Through the Machine Zone, Gabriel and Halbert created the game Game of War: Fire Age and Mobile Strike. In 2015, MZ was valued at $6 billion. It also illustrates the luxurious line of Limit Break Birth Aristocrats.
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