Azuki Delisted From OpenSea, New Suspicious Email Suggests
A new email allegedly sent out by OpenSea's official account suggests Azuki has been delisted from the platform. The collection is currently not available.
"An item you own has been delisted because it goes against our Terms of Service," the email reads. "This means it will no longer appear on your profile or in your collections."
"Delisting an item on OpenSea does not remove it from your wallet," the email continues. "It remains on the blockchain and you can still transfer and share it in other places. You can see what's in your wallet on Etherscan."
The Azuki team is already investigating.
"We are investigating a suspicious mass email by OpenSea (allegedly) saying that Azuki has been delisted," Demna wrote on Discord. "We are reaching out to them to figure out what might be happening."
The team warns collectors to not click on any links as this could be a phishing trick or hack.
Twin Tigers Jacket, an expansion collection by Azuki, has also been delisted.
At 11:10 a.m. ET, the team emailed their support contacts at OpenSea. At 11:28 a.m. ET, the OpenSea team responded and escalated the issue.
At 12:14 p.m. ET, OpenSea relisted Azuki.
"Listings are starting to come back online, friends," Rose wrote on Discord. "It [may] take some time for the whole collection to be back up fully, but it's in progress."
"Hey all, rough morning," OpenSea wrote on Twitter. "There was an error in our Trust & Safety flagging system and a number of Azuki NFTs were briefly delisted. We did work fast to resolve the issue and all impacted items have been relisted. Also, we’re in direct contact with the Azuki team."
This is a developing story. Lucky Trader will provide additional details if/when made clear.