All Thing Begins Removed From PREMINT Following Alleged NFT Theft

All Thing Begins Removed From PREMINT Following Alleged NFT Theft
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PREMINT founder, Brenden Mulligan, took down NFT project All Thing Begins after users reported having their NFTs stolen, according to an announcement in the PROOF Discord.

"I just took down the project," Mulligan wrote on Discord, following a message from one user who said, "Everyone be careful, I lost one Tigerbob and one BEANZ."

All Thing Begins allegedly used its PREMINT registration to scam users into using a fake, unsafe mint link. Then, the users NFTs were stolen.

"There is a fake project that has used PREMINT (link has been removed to prevent further registration) to contact individuals on their 'win' to mint a project," GirlJustWannaHaveFunds said on Discord. "Please be wary of the project, All Thing [Begins], and any email you receive regarding it. Do not mint from this project."

This incident happened late last night and has since been resolved, but is a good reminder to always be wary of suspicious emails and links.

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