Osmosis has released a demo NFT builder

Users will be able to customize their NFTs and earn accessories as they interact with the ecosystem through the NFT builder.

According to a June 20 tweet, Osmosis has unveiled a demo NFT builder that allows users to mint NFTs and unlock accessories as they interact with the ecosystem.

Users will be able to complete missions and unlock additional accessories by using the demo NFT builder. Users can also use the unlocked accessories to customize the various NFTs created in the demo.

According to the Osmosis team, the demo NFT will provide "users with new ways to mint NFTs, make them continuous, and explore their potential utility."

Gradual recuperation

According to a June 9 report, Osmosis was the victim of an exploit that resulted in a $5 million loss. The exploitation occurred following the disclosure of a bug that allowed users to earn an additional 50% when adding and withdrawing liquidity.

As a result, the team had to shut down the chain in order to fix the bug. The chain was restarted on June 12 after the security protocols were updated.

The decentralized exchange announced the launch of a cross-system token swap on June 16. Axelar's token swap feature enables users to swap or exchange tokens with the Ethereum ecosystem without the use of a third party.

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