Opensea was created in 2017 by Alex Atallah and Devin Finzer. They raised more than 27M dollars with the help of the incubator “Y Combinator” in New York City. Opensea is now the largest peer-to-peer NFT platform with 90% of all transactions made in the NFT world.
The interface is pretty clear but can be a bit messy when searching specific assets.
You will be able to find more than 20 million assets of any kind that can be related to NFTs.
On Opensea, anyone can submit their creations, therefore, you will find as many good projects as there are trolls or other worthless things. It is pretty accessible to anyone but can be confused on how to start trading NFTs, because of the different payment systems possibilities.
OpenSea is a robust platform that can handle large connections at peak times.
As a pioneer in the sector, the OpenSea community is obviously very strong!
The fees are in the mean range, taking on average 2.5%, like on the other platforms.
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