OpenSea launches new services dedicated to professional collectors.
The world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) is expanding with the introduction of OpenSea Pro, a revolutionary NFT marketplace aggregator designed for professional users. This development stems from OpenSea's acquisition of an NFT aggregator Gem, in April 2022, which laid the foundation for the creation of OpenSea Pro.
OpenSea Pro aims to cater to professional collectors by providing unparalleled optionality, diversity, and control.
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The platform is set to offer a handful of improved features that allow collectors to identify the most profitable deals and gain essential insights across a vast network of 170 marketplaces. On top of that, the platform is set to equip users with advanced tools to cater to their automation needs.
One of the key features of OpenSea Pro is the "advanced orders" function, enabling users to "sweep across the deepest liquidity of any NFT marketplace aggregator." The new function provides users with increased control over their NFT transactions.
Additionally, OpenSea Pro is optimized and compatible with all smartphones, giving users the convenience of browsing, sweeping, and listing NFTs using their phones.
In celebration of the launch, OpenSea Pro offers a limited-time promotion with 0% listing fees and no hidden costs.
The Gem team has also organized a special "thank you" gesture for early adopters in the form of a Gemesis NFT drop, coinciding with the debut of OpenSea Pro. Eligible users who purchased an NFT on Gem before March 31st can claim a free Gemesis NFT until May 4th.
OpenSea Pro sets a new standard for NFT marketplace aggregators, aiming to revolutionize the experience for professional collectors and enthusiasts alike. By providing enhanced features, seamless mobile compatibility, and lucrative promotions, OpenSea Pro is poised to make a significant impact on the growing NFT market.
In March, OpenSea fixed a bug that could have exposed users’ identities.