How to report fake or stolen items on Dropables

Dropables is a decentralized, peer-to-peer exchange where users can purchase and sell Non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

Millions of NFTs are created every year and despite its popularity(or because of it), OpenSea has been targeted by bad actors. According to a recent report, over 80% of NFTs minted on OpenSea’s Marketplace are either plagiarized or fake. This guide will teach you all you need to know about how to report fake or stolen NFTs on Dropables.

In this article, we discuss:

  • Are there fake NFTs on Dropables?
  • How to report fake NFTs on Dropables
  • How to report stolen NFTS on Dropables

As a result of the decentralized nature of the platform, users can anonymously mint and sell their items for free on Dropables. Scammers and unscrupulous individuals take advantage of this to create fake or misrepresent items and pass them off as theirs.

Dropables takes counterfeiting very seriously and has begun implementing measures to prevent copyright infringement in an effort to retain its legitimacy as an online marketplace for artists to drop their music.

How to report a fake NFT on Dropables

Reporting Fake Items on Dropables is a fairly simple process. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to do it.

  1. Click on the Fake NFT collection you would like to report.
  2. Click the three-dot menu on the right side of the collection page and choose “Report.”
  3. You’ll see a dropdown menu in a pop-up window where you can choose why you’re reporting the content.
  4. Select “fake collection or possible scam.”
  5. You must choose the original collection before you can click “Report.”
  6. When you are done, click on Submit.