Rocket Pool's X Account Faces Fake Hack Warnings
1 month ago 1 min read

Rocket Pool’s X Account Faces Fake Hack Warnings

Rocket Pool, a major Ethereum Decentralized Application (DApp), is dealing with an issue involving alleged hack warnings on its X (formerly Twitter) account. Users are advised to be cautious and ignore these messages while the problem is being resolved. According to reports from X users, Rocket Pool’s X account received six warning posts alleging a potential hack. These messages, suggesting system vulnerabilities and advising users to relocate their assets for safety, appeared around 6:30 p.m. UTC. Despite being removed at 7:05 p.m., they reappeared shortly after, confusing the community. The messages distributed on Rocket Pool’s X account included warnings about

X (Twitter) Deactivates NFT Profile Images Feature for Users
2 months ago 1 min read

X (Twitter) Deactivates NFT Profile Images Feature for Users

In an unexpected move, Twitter, dubbed the “X” of the online world, has disabled support for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in its premium membership section. Premium subscribers initially had the unique ability to showcase their NFT holdings through personalized profile pictures, adorned with a distinct hexadecimal profile photo. Users could seamlessly feature an NFT as their profile image after establishing a temporary link to their cryptocurrency wallets. When finished, the digital asset would take on a distinct hexagonal shape, serving as a visual reminder of the user’s ownership. However, as of the time of publication, the option to display NFTs had