NFT marketplace Rarible temporarily canceled orders from OpenSea and sent a series of tweets Thursday outlining how it plans to help combat what it called “risky sale orders” on OpenSea with a new order management tool.
The tool is designed to help users differentiate between their active and inactive orders to help prevent their NFTs from being mistakenly sold even if they cancel an OpenSea order by transferring the asset to another wallet.
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