Deleted code from Yuga Labs allowing unlimited creation of bored monkeys
Last year there was code that, if used, could spawn Bored Ape indefinitely. A year after Yuga Labs first announced this, the code was canceled.
Yuga Labs has discontinued its ability to print an infinite number of Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs more than a year after the initial announcement. Yuga Labs co-founder said:
The problem is that in June 2021, NonFungibles CEO Dan Kelly tweeted that it was possible for Yuga Labs, the company behind the popular NFT collection , to print as many bored apes as possible, according to Code on the Ethereum blockchain came to the fore.The official Bored Apes Twitter account had announced at the time that it would never run this code and would withdraw its use in a few days.When he saw that this code is still not removed after 1 year, an NFT developer named Foobar said that this code still exists and Yuga Labs has never revoked it.
Revoking this code can Bored Ape owners Calm down as the project is a frequent target of phishing attacks.Just four days ago, the official Discord server was hacked – at least for the second time this year – and 200 ETH ($357,000) worth of NFTs were leaked by Benu recently stolen.