Solana’s biggest NFT marketplace had a bit of a mishap this week, which resulted in some less-than-magical images being shown to users.
- NFT marketplace Magic Eden ran into some issues this week, when users were accidentally shown random images, including pictures of adult-content, instead of NFTs. It’s probably not what most users had signed up for.
- The platform however, had not been hacked. A third-party image provider which Magic Eden uses to cache NFT images had reportedly been compromised, and the platform stated that a browser restart should resolve the issue.
- Aside from accidentally showing its users unsavory images, Magic Eden’s been on a bit of a run recently. In December, the platform hired a “Chief Gaming Officer” and announced support for Polygon. Hopefully that’s enough to help users forget this ever happened.