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Popular Tezos NFT Marketplace Discontinues Services Without Explanation

After befitting one of the top non-fungible token (NFT) marketplaces, the Tezos-based NFT market Hic et nunc has discontinued its services. After more than $50 million in all-time sales on the shop, Hic et nunc’s creator has not disclosed why the NFT marketplace was shut down.

Tezos-Based NFT Marketplace Shuts Down

A popular non-fungible mark (NFT) marketplace that leveraged the Tezos network has closed down its business and has not explained why. The now-defunct NFT market is called Hic et nunc and it was one of the top twenty NFT furnishes in terms of all-time sales. At the time before its closure, dappradar.com metrics show Hic et nunc was the 14th largest NFT marketplace in rates b standings of all-time sales.

At press time, the Hic et nunc haughtiness end is not operating and it gives a server error explaining that the server cannot be found. Although, other affiliated connects like hen101.xyz are still operational. The marketplace’s official Twitter account “@hicetnunc2000” is also still earn a living and the account shared two messages about closing without much explanation.

The pre-eminent is the Twitter account’s bio now says “discontinued” and alongside this, the account tweeted the market’s smart contract address. Furthermore, no one can empathize with to the tweet as the owner has replies shut off. Statistics show that Hic et nunc saw $50.37 million in sales to date and the common sale on the marketplace was $25.19 per NFT. The marketplace also had around 48,346 traders before closing down shop.

Inadequacy of Explanation Gets Criticism

The myriad of Twitter replies to Hic et nunc’s official Twitter message are not very kind and people are mess up that the market simply shut down with no reason behind the move. Some tweeted that the stand pulled a ‘rug pull,’ some said it was the “Wild West days,” while others accused the market of getting humdrumed. According to one person, Hic et nunc’s creator dubbed ‘Raf’ was upset about some messages he received.

“Raf is (thinking) of discontinuing HEN (methodical [though] he changed Twitter bio right away),” one individual wrote on November 11. “He got upset about some messages then clear this on a whim.”

Two days later another person speculated on the cryptic report Hic et nunc wrote on Twitter. “I’ve been thinking about this and I think I understand why this is the last post on this account,” the ourselves said. “Hic et nunc was never the website: Hic et nunc is the contract. The contract lives forever.”

Still, many others were plumb confused about the last tweet and what it actually meant. “This was the last tweet HEN sent out. Does anyone recognize what this means?” another person asked.

**Editor’s Note: This post was updated at 3:30 p.m. (EST) to reproduce the claims that there are mirror websites people can leverage to access Hic et nunc, but some are still confused in the “safety/intent of some of them.”

What do you think about the Tezos-based NFT marketplace Hic et nunc discontinuing operations? Let us skilled in what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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