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OpenSea Devises Strategic Policy To Curb NFT Thefts 

OpenSea announced a crime reporting policy to curb the rising number of NFT thefts that posed challenges to this NFT marketplace. The policy news was shared on a Twitter account; the company claims to address and take steps against offenders adequately.   

Implementing the new theft policy aims to make the platform safe and secure for users. According to the theft policy, the users claiming fraud must submit a ticket, and the team will disable the stolen item from the market listing. Well, for verification, the firm will ask the affected user to provide a police complaint within seven days. The policy will safeguard NFT investors against forgery and robbery of their expensive digital assets.   

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