OpenSea Launches New Feature that Automatically Hides Suspicious NFT Transfers

OpenSea has announced new features that automatically hide suspicious NFT transfers from view on OpenSea. For this, OpenSea is rolling out three updates to protect the community from NFT theft due to phishing attacks, including: some transfers will now go to the Hidden folder, automatically; OpenSea will periodically notify users when they receive a transfer that we hide; and the Hidden folder now has new filter options: "Hidden by you" and "Auto-hidden." These changes have started rolling out to all users.
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