Magic Eden Suggests Users Revoke Permissions in Phantom Wallet

Magic Eden Suggests Users Revoke Permissions in Phantom Wallet

Update: 0xfoobar, a developer and NFT project founder, says the best way to keep assets safe is to transfer to an offline hardware wallet or to a reliable centralized exchange.

Magic Eden, a marketplace for Solana, is suggesting users revoke permissions in their Phantom wallets following reports of a significant exploit on the layer-1 network.

Here's how to revoke permissions:

- Log into your Phantom wallet then click on the settings button

- Click Trusted Apps

- Revoke permissions from the apps listed

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