Opensea, the largest non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace by sales volume, will enable NFT creators to showcase “collections with dedicated drop pages and great discoverability” on Opensea’s new homepage. announced a new “immersive and safe casting experience”. Additionally, the company announced on Tuesday that its NFT marketplace will soon support the layer 2 (L2) protocol Arbitrum.
Opensea Announces NFT Drop Improvements and Arvirtum L2 Support
high seas I made some changes, but only recently remodeled Homepage of NFT Market. NFT Marketplace is his NFT platform with the largest sales volume, as settled by Opensea according to statistics. $32.34 billion All-time sales. On Sept. 19, the company announced that it would be adding new features to its marketplace aimed at providing a new drop experience that is “easier, safer, and more immersive.” Basically, Opensea has these 3 additions to his functionality:
- Creators will soon have a dedicated drop page and (new) open sea homepage.
- Collectors can now cast directly from the Opensea page.
- Opensea drops have access to Seadrop, a new secure open source contract that powers the drop experience so that authors don’t have to write custom smart contracts.
In addition, Open Sea also clearly NFT Marketplace supports Arbitrum, an Ethereum-compatible Layer 2 (L2) blockchain network. “I am pleased to announce that Opensea will soon support Arbitrum,” he said on Tuesday. “This is the first step in building our goal of a Web3 future where people can access the NFTs they love on the chains they love,” the company added.
Opensea’s Arbitrum support is scheduled to launch on September 21, after which “creators will need to find collections on Opensea and set creator fees directly,” Opensea explained. Opensea is opening the door to new blockchains as its marketplace is already integrated with Polygon and Solana.
More recently, NFT marketplace competition rare announced integration When Immutable X, another L2 scaling effort compatible with Ethereum. The latest addition to Opensea is Transition to Seaportan open-source Web3 marketplace protocol.
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