Solana NFTs are welcome in the OpenSea ecosystem

When Solana? Now Solana, OpenSea is finally ready to begin supporting Solana-based NFTs, and this puts a different spin on the entire NFT ecosystem

OpenSea x Solana blockchain

Telling you how OpenSea is the most extensive marketplace for NFTs will make me sound like a broken record, so I’ll breeze through that. If you’re not familiar with the NFT space, OpenSea is number one in terms of marketplaces, and no other marketplace comes close.

OpenSea supports Ethereum, Polygon, and Klatyn blockchains, and for a while, the most significant exception to the OpenSea family was Solana NFTs, and this led to a lot of Wen Solana questions. A few days ago, towards the end of March, OpenSea teased its upcoming support for Solana NFTs, and now it seems like the dream and wish of many NFT stakeholders is currently becoming a reality.

For a considerable amount of NFT stakeholders, the journey to getting Solana NFTs listed on OpenSea seemed like one that would never end. It’s vital for Solana NFTs to be based on OpenSea because it’s the Google of NFT marketplaces, and to a myriad of people if it’s not on Google, it doesn’t exist.

From the look of things, we are beginning to see a few Solana-based collections being listed on OpenSea denominated in SOL. Many industry players are touting OpenSea to be the push Solana NFTs need to become a more significant and more extensive NFT marketplace.

It’s Solana O’clock

If you visit, you’ll find a few Solana NFTs listed on the platform and denominated in SOL, Solana’s cryptocurrency. One of the most famous Solana NFT collections posted on OpenSea so far is Solana Monkey Business.

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