- OpenSea Pro announced that the platform is now live on Polygon.
- The platform has activated cross-chain trading on both Ethereum and Polygon via Socket.
- OpenSea Pro recently enabled private sales on the platform without any fees.
On November 2, OpenSea Pro announced that it is live on Polygon. The NFT aggregator enabled cross-chain asset trading on both the Ethereum and Polygon networks through the integration of Socket, a cross-chain interoperability protocol.
In a thread on X, OpenSea Pro announced that seamless cross-chain navigation is now possible through a customization modal. It added that the Socket integration powers a new bridge & swap feature that “lets you kill two birds with one stone.” OpeanSea Pro emphasized:
Web3’s future is multichain and we’re taking the first steps to accelerate that vision by aggregating popular NFT marketplaces on Polygon – with more to come.
Recently, OpenSea Pro introduced private sales, enabling users to generate private listings for specific wallet addresses free of platform fees. These listings can be customized using cross-collection bundles, allowing users to group multiple NFTs together in a single listing. Moreover, OpenSea Pro offers comprehensive support for both ERC-721 and ERC-1155 tokens, allowing users to engage in private sales with flexibility and choice.
OpenSea is the leading NFT marketplace, ranked by number of active traders over a 30-day period, as confirmed by crypto market insights and analytics platform Crypto Rank on August 24.
In August, Coin Edition reported that OpenSea is widely recognized as one of the largest NFT marketplaces with 229,000 active traders in the last 30 days. Moreover, OpenSea successfully secured over $425 million in funding through five funding rounds.
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