Jim Sterling

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James Stephanie Sterling, Caddicarus and other YouTubers criticise ‘exploitative’ NFT market after tokens made without their permission

British video game YouTubers James Stephanie Sterling (also known as Jim Sterling), Caddicarus (aka Jim Caddick) and others have criticised NFTs after tokens were made without their permission. They tweeted the following after finding that NFTs of their channels were made available on NFT marketplace OpenSea by user ‘StakeTheWeb’. The ‘Jim Sterling on YouTube’ listing seems to have since been removed from the marketplace, but not before the YouTuber had their say: Seriously fucking violating when I think about it, though. Continue reading James Stephanie Sterling, Caddicarus and other YouTubers criticise ‘exploitative’ NFT market after tokens made without their permission