— Civic (@civickey) December 22, 2021
We are aware of the reported Big Daddy Ape Club rug pull and that there are victims involved. We take this attack on the NFT community seriously, and are taking steps to offer all the assistance we can.
— Chris Hart (@hartcb) January 11, 2022
What was the Big Daddy Ape Club?
It has come to our attention that the BDAC mint was a rug, we want to inform the community that we are deleting the collection from @SolanartNFT grid.
This project was successfully approved by @civickey verification but sadly, they decided to scam anyway.
— Solanart - Largest NFT Marketplace on Solana (@SolanartNFT) January 11, 2022
Why have they been made the arbiters of "good" and "not good" when it come to projects? Moreover, is this criteria they're using to evaluate projects even valid? Does doxxing and being duly active on social media and having a good looking website actually protect investors?
— kylienft.sol (@kylienft) January 11, 2022
Well, given @MortuaryIncNFT got botted to hell last night (thanks @sainteclectic for the heads up) using @civickey captcha, it looks like the current captcha is useless now. The spy v spy game has escalated. @baalazamon and I are convening a war council to look for a new captcha. pic.twitter.com/Q4XE4YvI9K
— jprince.sol (@redacted_j) January 8, 2022