Popular NFTs trade platform successfully Integrated the Ethereum scaling solution Arbitrum network.
OpenSea is a popular NFTs trade platform and this platform supports Ethereum, Solana, Polygon, and Klaytn network-supported NFTs collectibles. The users of this platform also can buy NFTs via the Cards payments also without any use of any crypto assets, which is not a usual case at majority of the NFTs trade platform.
On 21 September, OpenSea announced that Arbitrum is now officially live on its NFTs trade platform.
“@arbitrum is officially live on OpenSea We’re excited to welcome and support this active community of creators, collectors & builders.”
OpenSea team also urged all the Arbitrum-supported NFTs creators to take advantage of this new development work and ad the creator fees manually.
Team also said that Arbitrum integration was a part of the global expansion of the OpenSea NFTs trade platform.
On the same day, some people claimed that, while Arbitrum is officially supported, they are not getting Arbitrum network choice.
As we know that OpenSea is a top-ranked NFTs trade platform, so this exchange is always aware to lead the NFTs sector with an ideal ecosystem.
In mid of June of this year, OpenSea introduced a new security feature to auto-hide suspicious NFTs transactions, to keep innocent users away from any kind of illegal NFTs trade.
According to reports, many bad actors were using OpenSea for their personal needs instead to use it for real NFTs trade. Reportedly many people used OpenSea for Money Laundering & Washout their black crypto funds into a white cryptocurrency. But now new rules and security features of the OpenSea platform can prohibit such kinds of bad actors from the platform easily.
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