NFT marketplace giant OpenSea announces support for Layer 2 blockchain Polygon Web 3 protocol harbor. The integration comes with an expanded list of features, including the ability for users to use Polygon’s MATIC as a payment option.

  • In a blog post on Tuesday (August 30, 2022), OpenSea said it will migrate Polygon to Seaport, and the blockchain formerly powered by the Ox protocol, will add more functionality to a robust buying and selling experience using Polygon.
  • Some of the new features include batch transfers, multiple creator fees, no listing threshold, and listing and trading with Polygon’s native token The ability, MATIC.

” as Moving to Seaport, OpenSea now supports the use of Polygon’s native token MATIC as a payment option. Now, anyone using OpenSea to transact on Polygon will need to pay their own gas fee for transacting using MATIC.”

  • In June, the NFT marketplace giant revealed that it was moving to Seaport for an update cheap deal. According to OpenSea at the time, users would save about 35 percent on gas bills with Seaport. Additionally, new accounts will no longer pay a one-time setup fee.
  • OpenSea also wants to add support for Klaytn and Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible blockchains. The announcement is excerpted as follows:
  • “After several After months of watching Seaport’s impact and gathering valuable feedback, we’re excited to introduce Polygon support on Seaport. Over the next few months, we’ll also be adding support for Klaytn and other EVM-compatible chains.”

    • At the same time, the ongoing crypto winter and the decline of NFT prices The slump affected OpenSea. As previously reported by CryptoPotato, data from DappRadar shows that the platform’s transaction volume has plummeted by 99% from its peak in May.
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