MSNMetaMask, the Ethereum (CRYPTO: ETH) wallet of blockchain technology firm ConsenSys, has apologized after some of its users in Venezuela were accidentally blocked from accessing the digital wallet on Thursday. What Happened: MetaMask took to Twitter to apologize to its users in Venezuela after the issue was widely reported on social media. MetaMask said the incident occurred due to a change in configuration by Ethereum node Infura — the infrastructure service owned by Conensys — following “new sanctions directives” from the United States and other jurisdictions.
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