Sewer Pass release from Yuga Labs blacklists Blur, Sudoswap, LooksRare, and NFTX

Sewer Pass release from Yuga Labs blacklists Blur, Sudoswap, LooksRare, and NFTX

Upon creating the latest NFT drop, Yuga Labs’ Sewer Pass has blocklisted Sudoswap, LooksRare, Blur, and NFTX’s addresses. The company stated that the problem might be related to the new OpenSea royalty standards.

OpenSea royalty standards cause a blocklist of four marketplaces  

According to the latest news reports, Yuga Lab’s already established NFT project Sewer Pass has blocked Blur, LooksRare, Sudoswap, and NFTX over the alleged OpenSea new royalty changes.

The data suggested that the new contract (Sewer Pass) can do the NFT transfer before the transaction function. In return, the process detects whether or not the sender is an allowed operator or valid. Additionally, vast addresses were considered invalid and are on the denylist of the Registry Contract. Therefore, the exchanges from LooksRare, Blur, Sudoswap, and NFTX were regarded as incapacitated.

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Source: twitter @Merkle3

The Co-founder at Azuki said he was conducting a skim on Yuga labs’ latest project contract and found out it was referencing an agreement released last week. The contract presumably had vast transactions and was named as a registry which led to the blacklist of one marketplace,

He added that it was the first time a major NFT legacy player that frequently rejected modifying contracts has been able to initiate a new contract for an incoming mint and will be looking forward to checking the response from Blur.

Blacklisting is the ongoing saga over the NFT royalties as the world’s biggest marketplace changed system after severe complaints from builders and creators. The generator royalties are set between 5 to 10 percent of the creator fees. Yuga labs seem to be among the NFT organizations to impose the action of blocking platforms that transact with tokens.

On 18th January, Sewer Pass was detected to have bagged 4000 ethereum, worth more than $6 million in sales after its release. The project permits its users, the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) and Mutant Ape Yacht Club, to access their latest game, dubbed Dookey Dash, whether bought or generated.

The first phase of Dookey dash is set to commence from 19th January till 8th February, where the scores gathered will include a more expansive adventure. The company seems to be focused on creating interactive storytelling and gaming experiences, as the newly appointed CEO was the former COO of Activision Blizzard.

Yuga lab announces Mailchimp data breach

Yuga lab has announced that the central email platform appeared to have undergone a data breach in which their account was compromised which could lead to user data being accessed but not exported. The NFT organization added that they have only utilized the platform a count times and would like to inform the client of the ongoing problems. 

The NFT company (Yuga Labs) stated that what they understood from Mailchimp was that an unauthorized user had entered and compromised the mailing system. To this, they did acquire emails from limited parties. However, more information was needed for the mints. 

Users will be contacted as soon as any critical data is provided or any breach of their holdings occurs.

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