OpenSea adds Polygon support with new features for users

OpenSea, the largest NFT marketplace in the world, today announced the integration of Polygon into the implementation of the seaportprotocol.

OpenSea switches to Seaport

“Starting today, we will be using Seaport for all new offerings on Polygon!” OpenSea tweeted. “We are excited to start using Seaport across multiple blockchains to improve the experience for everyone on OpenSea.”

In June, OpenSea announced it was moving from its Wyvern protocol to seaport. This is an open-source marketplace protocol controlled by Web3 security firms OpenZeppelin and Trail of Bits. At the time, OpenSea said the shift to OpenSea would save $460 million in total costs per year.

The change came in an effort to avoid high Ethereum transaction fees. It would also make signature confirmation actions easier to read and eliminate the need for new users to pay an account initialization fee.

“After several months of observing the impact of Seaport and collecting valuable feedback, we are excited to introduce Polygon support.” This is what OpenSea said in a blog post. “In the coming months, we will also add support for Klaytn and other EVM-compatible chains.”

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