Solana NFTs Are Officially Listed on OpenSea

OpenSea is the top marketplace for NFTs, yet until today, it only allowed the trade of Ethereum-based NFTs.

OpenSea is the top marketplace for NFTs, yet it’s mostly known as a platform to trade Ethereum-based non-fungible tokens. However, after requests from active investors and creators, OpenSea will now list NFTs of the second most popular blockchain, Solana.

Solana is an energy-efficient blockchain with low gas fees and fast transaction speeds. Currently, the launch is in its beta stage with limited collection coverage – 165 collections in total, but more are added every day.


To buy and sell Solana NFTs on OpenSea, users need a compatible wallet such as Phantom or Glow, where they can hold SOL.

Last week, the marketplace teased a video, saying that the launch of Solana NFTs on OpenSea is “The best kept secret in web3.” On Monday, OpenSea announced a new feature that allows users to pay for NFTs with credit cards.

OpenSea is currently valued at $13.3 billion. In the past month, the trading volume reached $2.45 billion with 1.85 million transactions, according to DappRadar.

To view the Solana NFT collections on Opensea, click here.


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