Bored Ape’s NFT: alleged plagiarism, sales and look at prices 


Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) is a collection of 10,000 unique digital art pieces, each represented by a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) on the Ethereum blockchain. The exhibition quickly became one of the most popular and valuable NFT projects on the market after its launch. However, allegations of plagiarism have rocked the Bored Ape community, raising questions about the legitimacy of the project and the future of NFTs.

The controversy surrounding Bored Ape began when a Twitter user posted a series of tweets accusing the project of plagiarism. According to the tweets, the artwork used for the apes was copied from various sources, including other artists and stock photo websites. The allegations quickly gained traction, with many users expressing concern about the authenticity of the Bored Ape project. In response, the Bored Ape team issued a statement denying the allegations and stating that all artwork used in the project was either original or licensed.

Despite the controversy, Bored Ape NFTs continue to be highly sought after, with prices for individual apes reaching astronomical…

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