Yuga Labs' CEO Daniel Alegre Recommends That Apes Revoke Allowances On Their Primates
After a terrible day around the swamp where hackers exploited NFTTrader and Flooring Labs’ protocols, stealing tons of Apes, Yuga Labs recommends that every Bored Ape Yacht Club member, and NFT enthusiast, revoke their NFTs allowances.
“This has been a difficult day for the community and in particular for the people impacted today as we hold our NFTs very dearly and personally,” Yuga Labs’ CEO, Daniel Alegre tweeted. “To help prevent further impacts, please revoke as per the recommended guidance.”
One way that BAYC members can check if there are any allowances on their primates is by using Revoke. Cash’s website.
Note: You do not need to connect your wallet to check if there are any allowances on your NFTs. Simply go to their site and search your wallet.
If there are allowances on your Apes or other NFTs, all you need to do to revoke those is connect to Revoke. Cash and press revoke on each allowance. This will cost a bit of Eth, but it's well worth it.
Watch ApeCoin DAO Special Council Member Gerry's video on how to properly revoke allowances on Revoke.Cash below:
Apes who would like to find out more about wallet security and how to properly store their NFTs can reach out to 0the Boring Security team on Twitter, @BoringSecDAO, and sign up for one of their classes free of charge! Apes who do sign up and do the class soon will also receive a free ApeCoin branded Ledger!
The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow today's exploits and will bring you contonied securuity coverage. Stay tuned for updates!