NFT influencer @iwwon_official, known for CryptoMories, and NFT artist @sabet have just announced that they have reached a resolution. This happened a few days after OpenSea delisted CryptoMories due to Sabet’s DCMA.
An overview of the conflict
NFT artist Sabet submitted a DCMA takedown of the project. This is because the NFT artist claimed one of the CryptoMories is an infringement of his copyright.
It is safe to say that CryptoMories and its fans were not happy. In turn, CryptoTwitter called him out for allegedly profiting from licensed NFT and non-NFT artworks. Sabet received a lot of backlash, resulting in the two parties reaching out for negotiations.
What we know about the Sabet x CryptoMories resolution
At 4:22 am GMT, CryptoMories tweeted: “We are happy to announce that @sabet is taking down his DMCA claim. We are asking you to please stop all negativity towards him. Everybody deserves to make mistakes. If we can forgive him, then you can too.”
Iwwon also tweeted: “Dear FaMorie, dear NFT world. I just had a call with @sabet. It was extremely positive. We will both give you the details once this is officially settled. But in the meantime, we are happy to announce that @sabet is taking down his DMCA claim.”
He continued, “Also, I am asking you to please stop all negativity towards him. You have done an amazing job defending what you though was right. And Sabet has realised some stuff he did not see before. Everybody deserves to do mistakes.”
Sabet also confirmed that the two parties have reached a “simple agreement that ensures a thriving space.” He also apologised to FaMorie for taking a short-sighted approach.
CryptoMories is an NFT collection of 10,000 skeleton-based artworks. It has a strong following on Twitter and Discord, and its popularity has been boosted by this controversy.