Bored Ape Yacht Club’s official Instagram account was hacked allowing the imposter to post a fake update claiming there was a LAND airdrop and users had to connect their wallets to claim the airdrop. This was taking advantage of the Bored Ape roadmap, which includes a metaverse game that will contain virtual land. When users connected to their wallets — and likely approved a transaction — the website stole their NFTs.
A hacker stole 91 NFTs from users who connected their wallet to receive the fake airdrop.
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