OpenSea announces support of NFT collections built on BNB Chain

Quick Take

  • The move shows OpenSea’s continued interest in supporting more NFTs built on different blockchains.
  • By supporting BNB Chain, OpenSea will be able to handle trades for digital-asset collections produced by creators like Goodfellas NFT and Pixelsweeper.

Top NFT marketplace OpenSea will now support digital assets built on the BNB Chain blockchain, the company announced.

OpenSea took to Twitter to share that by listing non-fungible tokens built on the BNB Chain it would be able to handle trades for collections created by players like Goodfellas NFT and Pixelsweeper.

While BNB Chain trade volumes represent a mere fraction of the number of transactions completed by NFTs built on the Ethereum and Solana blockchains, OpenSea’s announcement demonstrates a continued interest in growing its marketplace by supporting a wide array of NFTs built on various blockchains.


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Last month, OpenSea announced users could list and sell Avalanche-based NFTs.

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RT Watson is a senior reporter at The Block who covers a wide array of topics including U.S.-based companies, blockchain gaming and NFTs. Formerly covered entertainment at The Wall Street Journal, where he wrote about Disney, Netflix, Warner Bros. and the creator economy while focusing primarily on technological disruption across media. Previous to that he covered corporate, economic and political news in Brazil while at Bloomberg. RT has interviewed a diverse cast of characters including CEOs, media moguls, top influencers, politicians, blue-collar workers, drug traffickers and convicted criminals. Holds a master's degree in Digital Sociology.


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