NFT marketplace Blur has created quite the stir. Amid widespread criticism, its founder has said it’s “the cost of doing business.”
Traders have been buying and selling large numbers of NFTs on the Blur exchange simply to collect the tokens awarded against their activity.
The surge in royalty payments follows a new policy issued by Blur that states creators are to delist their NFTs from OpenSea.
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