OpenSea Adds Support for NFT Marketplace Optimism

NFT marketplace OpenSea announced on Tuesday that it has expanded its offering to include projects built on Ethereum layer-2 scaling solution Optimism. Optimism now joins five other existing networks supported by the marketplace: Ethereum, Solana, Polygon, Clatin, and – as of last week – Arbitrum, another Ethereum scalper. Since launching compatibility with the blockchain today, OpenSea already has over 100 Optimism-origin NFT collectibles listed on its marketplace. The company announced that the author of each collection using their project on OpenSea would be required to set a custom creator fee for sale in the marketplace. Creators can earn up to 10% on every transaction of their work done on the site. Prior to Tuesday, the majority of Optimism NFT trading volume occurred on the Optimism NFT marketplace Quix. The daily trading volume on Quix is ​​lower than that of OpenSea, the leading NFT marketplace across all blockchains. For example, Monday saw nearly $26,000 in sales of Quix, according to data from Dune Analytics; In the same period, OpenSea increased trading volume by more than $9.9 million.

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