The largest non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace by sales volume, Opensea introduces a new “immersive and secure mining” by offering NFT creators the ability to display “collections with dedicated drop pages and more discoverability” on OpenSE’s new homepage. Experience” declared. In addition, the company also announced on Tuesday that the NFT marketplace will soon support Layer Two (L2) protocol Arbitrum.
Opensea announces NFT drop improvements and Arbirtum L2 support
open sea There have been many changes and this is only recently. revamped Homepage of NFT Markets. NFT Marketplace is the Largest NFT Platform by Sales Volume As Statistics Show OpenSea Has Settled $32.34 billion In sales all the time. On September 19, the company announced that Marketplace was adding new features aimed at providing a “easier, safer and more immersive” new Drop experience. Essentially, OpenC has added three features which include:
- Creators will soon be able to launch their collections with a dedicated drop page and (new) more discoverability. openc homepage,
- Collectors will now be able to mint directly from an Opensea page.
- Drops on OpenC will have access to SeaDrop, a new, secure open source contract that powers the Drops experience so that creators don’t need to create custom smart contracts.
In addition, OpenC has also revealed NFT Markets Will Support decisionEthereum-compatible layer two (L2) blockchain network. “We are excited to share that OpenSE will soon support Arbitrum,” Opensea said on Tuesday. “Web3 is the first step in building our vision of a future where people have access to NFTs on the chain of their choice,” the company said.
OpenC plans to launch OpenC’s Arbitrum support on September 21, and after launch “creators will need to find their collections in OpenC and set their creator fees directly,” OpenC explained. Opensea is opening up to new blockchains as the market is already integrated with Polygon and Solana.
More recently, NFT Marketplace Competitors rare announced integration with immutable x, another L2 scaling effort that is compatible with Ethereum. The latest additions to Opensea follow a migration to Seaport, an open-source Web3 marketplace protocol.
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