The tales of traders getting scammed out of their nonfungible tokens (NFTs)  were quite common at the peak of the NFT boom. However, in an interesting turn of events, the Solana community came together to “scam” a scammer in order to get back some stolen NFTs.

It all started with the Discord channel hack of cross-chain gaming development studio Uncharted NFT, where scammers managed to drain out 109 user wallets. The scammers got away with 150+ SOL tokens and 25 World of Solana (WOS) NFTs, including three rare and highly valuable digital collectibles.

WOS is a collection of 2,222 unique heroines with the most expensive avatar currently listed for 123 SOL ($5,600). The current floor price of the collection is 2.03 SOL.

In the aftermath of the hack, the community decided to get back the stolen NFTs. The WOS team got in touch with their dev partner who goes by the Twitter name “Cyberfrog” and raised royalties on stolen NFTs 98% from the default 5%.

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The community was asked to keep an eye on the Solana NFT marketplace MagicEden for any new listings. The scammer fell for the trap within two days, and the community managed to buy back 15…

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