Market-leading NFT exchange OpenSea launches a new update to its platform, emphasizing storytelling, minimalism and security.
On the evening of September 19, NFT exchange OpenSea released its latest update. The new experience allows projects to launch right on OpenSea.
New updates will be broadcast first with two projects omgKirby and Channel Tres on September 22. OpenSea wants to expand multi-chain and branch out into new mints, incorporate more analytics, improve storytelling elements, and add more useful features.
Over the past time, OpenSea has continuously improved and refreshed the platform, in an effort to attract new users and maintain its performance in the battle for market share. At the end of August, the platform integrated layer-2 Polygon into the Seaport protocol – developed by the project itself to improve transaction quality – along with a series of new features.
Meanwhile, the most expensive NFT marketplace on Solana, Magic Eden, is also doing its role quite well. Magic Eden has had two recent significant milestones: raising capital of 130 million USD, increasing its valuation to 1.6 billion USD and establishing the investment arm Magic Ventures to promote Web3 gaming, before proposing to expand into Ethereum. . But a few days ago, the project was criticized by the community regarding the control of NFT royalties.
Main content of the update
- Dedicated pages
Drops on OpenSea will feature custom pages for images, videos, and more space for storytelling. These pages include information about the mint event, schedule, countdown timer, and an NFT gallery. Additionally, users can also set email reminders or add them to their calendars.
An open source smart contract will be published on OpenSea. Developing a secure smart contract is the most important and technically complex element. Now projects can skip this step entirely with SeaDrop.
As collectibles are released, the event page will offer users the ability to mint NFTs directly by connecting to wallet providers without leaving the landing page or visiting their websites. third-party.
Drops on OpenSea will support allowers lists and store this information in a decentralized manner.