User Demands Met as OpenSea Integrates Solana NFTs

OpenSea recently integrated Solana and the move has been lauded for its user benefits. The addition of SOL to OpenSea is just one example of how gaming-related blockchain projects are exploring ways to integrate with this emerging technology.

The “nft buy” is a very important part of the OpenSea ecosystem. It allows users to trade NFTs on the platform, and it has been met with great success.

The worlds of OpenSea and Solana are finally meeting, as the heavy-hitting marketplace has announced the integration of Solana NFTs, after growing their own industry leading statures along their individual routes. The historic merger will take place in April, although no precise launch date has been disclosed as of yet. 

OpenSea announced the announcement in a March 29th Twitter video teaser, in which the company jokingly recognized the desire for the intuitive integration by gathering tweets centered on the query, ‘Wen Solana?’  

As you might expect, the integration will allow OpenSea NFT traders to buy and sell Solana NFTs on the platform, bolstering the leading NFT marketplace’s already formidable capabilities while also giving Solana the opportunity to cement, if not improve, its position as the third largest blockchain in terms of NFT sales. 

Solana joins Ethereum, Polygon, and Klatyn becomes the fourth blockchain supported by OpenSea, after Ethereum, Polygon, and Klatyn.

Although a pleasant surprise for many, such headline news would not have come as a surprise to those in the Web3 know, since tech writer Jane Manchun Wong recently stoked the OpenSea x Solana rumour mill by revealing a picture that showed a Solana option in OpenSea’s ‘Chains’ filter back in January.


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