The Saudis NFT to Halt Selling for 217 of Its NFTs

The Saudis NFT to Halt Selling for 217 of Its NFTs

The Saudis, a recent free mint project, announced that it will block 217 of its NFTs from being sold on OpenSea and other NFT marketplaces in a recent tweet.

The project accused OpenSea user Rightblock of being a "hacker" and while details of how are unknown, blocked them from selling their NFTs.

However, Rightblock was still able to list the NFTs they could not sell which resulted in the floor price of the collection dropping. 

When this happened the team went as far as to post a Discord announcement saying "the floor price is not reflective of the actual floor price."

Rightblock still owns more than 100 of the NFTs but currently has none of them listed with their last attempt to list being over 30 minutes ago at a price of 0.0 ETH.

The team stated that it will be updating users of the situation shortly. 

More about The Saudis

At the time of publish, the The Saudis floor price sits at 0.196 ETH, and has stayed relatively flat over the past 24 hours on 2 ETH volume of transactions. Over the last 30 days, 8 sharp wallets have sold 11 NFTs and 4 sharp wallets have bought 14 NFTs in the The Saudis collection. Catch up on other recent The Saudis news here.

Recent The Saudis Sales

#1980sold at 12/08 7:12pm for
0.163
#110sold at 12/08 6:12pm for
0.190
#108sold at 12/08 6:12pm for
0.195
#904sold at 12/08 10:12am for
0.197
#5181sold at 12/08 5:12am for
0.190

Recent The Saudis Listings

#1980listed at 12/09 2:12am for
0.196
#1980listed at 12/09 2:12am for
0.196
#359listed at 12/09 2:12am for
0.196
#359listed at 12/09 2:12am for
0.196
#1980listed at 12/09 2:12am for
0.197
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