- Pak has revealed the bug that created the glitch.
- This problem was seen on Dec. 9th when NFT collectors attempted to withdraw.
- A total of 2300 bugged tokens were withdrawn to the wallets.
Pak has recently revealed the way he resolved the bug that caused the issue in the Merge NFT contract a few weeks ago. Pak is now referring to this bug as “omnomnom.”
This bug was identified on “Merge” NFT collectors attempting to withdraw “m” tokens from Nifty Gateway on December 9th. Immediately after that all activities on this project were halted and shut down.
The problem that arose back then was that the “Merge” tokens were getting burnt by themselves and there were a total of 2300 bugged tokens withdrawn to the wallets.
There was no possibility of retrieving them for disposal, so he gifted these tokens to exploit the bug itself.
Although after the attack Pak did make sure that the bug would be fixed by the Nifty Gateway.
Today after the resolution, Pak thanked both Manifold Studio and Nifty Gateway for exploring his proof of concept. He further suggested that now he knows how to burn the bug and is also sure about how to execute and implement everything.
Pak did mention by saying that a “Bug” is not a mistake. He explained that it is a way by which it gives a possibility to one to think critically and find new ways and solutions.
Earlier Pak had given away “Hate” NFTs to all his haters. Later the real reason was unveiled for these NFTs by saying that “Creation Obeys Its Creator.” In “Merge” Pak has used the same philosophy to resolve the bug.