- OpenSea is soon to launch the largest NFT platform.
- With an EVM chain, users can easily transition within a few minutes.
- NFT artist FEWOCiOUS pleads support for creators.
OpenSea tweeted that they are excited to reveal a product they have been working on for a few months.
We’re excited to unveil a product we’ve been working on for the past few months!— OpenSea (@opensea) December 21, 2022
💧Drops on OpenSea: https://t.co/rRydH2pKMY💧
Creators will be able to easily drop collections on the world’s largest NFT platform with a rich canvas to express their brand, art, and roadmap.
On the largest NFT platform in the world, creators can quickly launch collections with a rich canvas on which to showcase their brand, art, and roadmap.
OpenSea mentioned that they funded drops for more than ten incredible partners. OpenSea soon collaborated with teams to provide a customisable minting experience (such as allowlist support, multi-chain coverage, and a rich storytelling experience.)
According to OpenSea, the first step in enrolling the subsequent million NFT creators is to offer user-friendly tools that guarantee the security of both makers and collectors. On any EVM chain, quickly transition from 0 to 1. Also, believe that users’ neighborhoods and users will always be protected.
As per the tweet, they are investing in discovery possibilities and security measures, and users can notice that “what users see is what users get.” They use editing tools to make this happen.
According to them, they will be expanding the experience. Users can view their activities and learn how to apply for early access! According to them, they want to increase this solution’s usability so anyone can create collections with an immersive storefront without needing specialized technological resources or expertise. The users are excited about the fantastic adventures that OpenSea will provide.
Additionally, there has been vocal opposition from the community, calling for OpenSea to clarify its position. In a message posted on OpenSea on Monday, NFT artist Victor Langlois, 19, also known by the handle FEWOCiOUS, pleaded with the NFT marketplace to support creators.