The largest non-fungible token market (NFT) by sales volume, Opensea, has announced a “secure and immersive minting experience” by giving NFT creators the ability to display “collections with custom drop pages and greater discoverability” on Opensea’s new homepage. . Moreover, the company also announced on Tuesday that the NFT market will soon support the Layer 2 (L2) Arbitrum protocol.
Opensea announces NFT Drop improvements and Arbirtum L2 support
open sea It has made a number of changes recently renovated NFT Market home page. The NFT market is the largest NFT platform in terms of sales volume and statistics show that Opensea has stabilized $32.34 billion all the time. On September 19, the company announced that the marketplace is adding new features aimed at providing a new “easier, safer, and more comprehensive” drop experience. Essentially, Opensea has added three features which include:
- Creators will soon be able to launch their collections with custom drop pages and greater discoverability on (NEW) Open the home page on the sea.
- Collectors will now be able to mint coins directly from an open page.
- Drops on Opensea will have access to Seadrop, a new, secure, open-source contract that powers the Drops experience so that originators don’t need to create custom smart contracts.
Moreover, Opensea also has open It will support NFT market ArbitrumThe Layer 2 (L2) blockchain network compatible with Ethereum. “We’re excited to share that Ubense will soon be supporting Arbitrum,” said Obense on Tuesday. “This is the first step in building our goal of a web3 future where people are able to access the NFTs they want on the chains they prefer,” the company added.
The plan is to launch Opensea’s Arbitrum support on September 21, and after launch, “Creators will need to find their Opensea groups and select their Creators fees directly,” Obensee explained. Opensea is beginning to open up to new blockchains as the market has already been integrated with Polygon and Solana.
Recently, the NFT market competitor rare announce to merge with X is immutableAnother effort to scale up L2 is compatible with Ethereum. Opensea’s latest addition tracks migration to Seaport, the open source Web3 marketplace protocol.
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