Leading NFT Marketplace Opensea to Add Solana Support in April – Opensea, the world’s largest non-fungible token marketplace, expects to support Solana in April. The announcement comes after numerous reports that the business would be introducing Solana in the near future.
According to a teaser video released by Opensea on March 29, the company will be introducing Solana (SOL) support in April. With $23.5 billion in total sales, Opensea is the largest NFT marketplace of all time. The $23.5 billion was split among 1,417,562 traders, with an average NFT sale price of $930.59 per NFT this week on Opensea.
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Klaytn, Ethereum, and Polygon are the three blockchain networks that Opensea currently supports. The fourth blockchain to join the NFT marketplace’s current protocol lineup will be Solana (SOL).
Solana (SOL) is the seventh-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization and the third-largest smart contract platform coin by market valuation (at the time of writing). SOL has also gained 33.1 percent against the US dollar last week.
Many people expected Opensea to support Solana, and speculations regarding Phantom wallet support (a Solana-based wallet) began to circulate after Solana advocate @bhaleyart tweeted about it in mid-November 2021.
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On March 25, an individual was prompted by the Opensea platform when using his Phantom wallet, which was revealed on Twitter. The customer captured a video of the incident, which shows Opensea’s site requesting credentials to access his Solana account through his Phantom wallet.