There was negative reaction of twitter users, to an OpenSea email sent to people who had inactive listings on their accounts. No doubt that, this has created an OpenSea email over inactive NFT listings sparks twitter debate. In an email, OpenSea stated that the old NFTs listings are still fulfillable. And they must be canceled by the user as OpenSea cannot cancel them on their behalf. They also stated that this might prevent any of your belongings from being sold. At any inactive listing cost as the Ethereum’s are dropping. As per the NFT collector at Dingalingts and the other people, this type of warning has impacted. It led to cancelling of listing that recreated the order at Dingalingts.
Reactions of users on this NFT listings
They have tweeted a thread requesting account holders to first shift their NFT to different address. And cancel the original address before or cancel the listings. Account holders must take the action at the earliest. He also stated that another user at Swolfchan.eth who said that he lost at least 15 ETH. After the cancellation a Mutant Ape Yatch Club listed, it was again relisted for 6 ETH. But there was someone waiting for the ETH mempool to end up and sell the NFT in the same block by the front-running cancellation. There are different debates on twitter related to NFT listings. Let us and watch when this opensea email over inactive NFT listings sparks twitter debate resolves
There are some of the account holders at riundcatcrypto who commented on Swolfchan.eth that this is one of you person. You should not play with the organization as you are trying to save a couple of money. Others rallied in support of this comment and also they supported dingalingts. The people are reacting to OpenSea over inactive NFT listing that has sparked on twitter
The OpenSea co-founder Alex Attalah, stated at Swolfchan.eth’s thread. And they tweeted that they have a special team who is working on it and putting up a countermeasure now. Swolfchan.eth did a follow up. They have asked if they can expect any type of reimbursement but they have not received any updated yet. The co-founder should respond to this Opesea an email over inactive NFT listings sparks twitter debate immediately.