The mysterious "cat burglar" makes a pilgrimage to CryptoKitty from the digital artwork set up
The mysterious "cat burglar" makes a pilgrimage to CryptoKitty from the digital art installation
On Friday, Kevin Abosch – an Irish conceptual artist who was one of the first to use blockchain technology as a medium – reported that an underhand robbery had been committed in one of his on-chain installations, a wallet artwork entitled "Stealing The" The content of this wallet is a crime "(2018).
In a tweet, the artist, whose work was on display at The Hermitage, said a CryptoKitty had been stolen from the freely accessible address:
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