Cent, a non-fungible token exchange, shut down due to “rampant” fakes and plagiarism.
“A lot of stuff is going on that shouldn’t be going on,” said Cameron Hejazi, CEO and co-founder of NFT marketplace Cent.
“It happened. We would ban problematic accounts but it seemed like whack-a-mole… Every time we banned one, three others would appear.”
When the former Twitter CEO’s tweet was sold as an NFT, it was one of the first documented million-dollar purchases.
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