Prominent Gaming YouTubers’ Likenesses Sold As NFTs Without Consent

“Demonstrates everything I’ve said about how disrespectful and exploitative this market is”.

Several prominent gaming Youtubers have had their likenesses stolen and minted as NFTs.

As reported by Eurogamer, the stolen images, which popped up on OpenSea, an online auction site which deals in all things non-fungible, include James Stephanie Sterling, Alanah Pearce and Jim Caddick.

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