The National Vulnerability Database (NVD) has underscored the vulnerability associated with inscriptions on Bitcoin, identifying it as a cybersecurity risk. The weakness lies in specific versions of Bitcoin Core and Bitcoin Knots, allowing potential data disguise as code by surpassing the data carrier limit. The NVD report points out instances where inscriptions exploited this vulnerability in 2022 and 2023. This vulnerability becomes significant concerning “inscriptions,” a feature enabling additional data incorporation onto individual satoshis, the smallest Bitcoin units. Since late 2022, inscriptions have gained popularity, particularly in the digital art space, reminiscent of Ethereum’s NFTs. (Source: Coingecko)