OpenSea has launched their Pro NFT marketplace, formerly known as Gem v2, which aggregates listings from over 170 NFT markets.
OpenSea announced the opening of the Pro NFT marketplace. The NFT marketplace aggregator Gem v2, which was purchased in April of last year and is now known as OpenSea Pro, has undergone this rebranding.
It’s odd that the new platform won’t charge consumers any money up front, at least not yet.
The same Gem team that built and currently oversees OpenSea Pro will continue to manage it. OpenSea Pro aggregates listings from more than 170 NFT markets, including Blur, LooksRare, and X2Y2.
The brand-new platform can be accessed at pro.opensea.io.
The acquisition of Gem
Early in 2022, as a new generation of potent NFT collectors fueled this industry’s innovation and transformation, OpenSea made the decision to acquire Gem.
With the acquisition, the Gem team could focus on creating and improving the platform in its latest iteration, known as Gem v2.
This new version, which was rebranded OpenSea Pro yesterday, seeks to be the quickest and most potent NFT marketplace aggregator available.
The NFT trading platform OpenSea Pro
The name of the website, OpenSea Pro, refers exclusively to professional collectors.
For instance, it offers comprehensive insights and solutions that particularly address automation demands while enabling you to get the best bargains across 170 various markets.
The platform allows users to create orders in advanced mode to have more control over purchases, collection offers, and listings, and cross-marketplace data is updated in real time.
It permits instant sales and offers capabilities for inventory management.
The program also has a web version, and gas-related rates have been optimized.
This site is for crypto beginners, collectors, and superfans, while the complicated features are for specialists.
OpenSea claims that knowledgeable customers in this area are a significant component of the current NFT ecosystem. In addition, during 2022 many amateurs or only enthusiasts left this sector, thus giving professionals far more room.
Trading on the platform is currently free, however sooner or later this promotion will expire. It hasn’t yet been specified when, for the time being. Fees will then reset to the regular 2.5%.
In celebration of OpenSea Pro, Gemesis NFT
In commemoration of OpenSea Pro, the Gem team introduced Gemesis NFTs to recognize past platform users.
Until May 4, 2023, Gem users who purchased an NFT before March 31, 2023, can receive a free Gemesis NFT.
The OpenSea online market
The original OpenSea market will operate normally and fully. OpenSea Pro, an aggregator of numerous marketplaces, complements OpenSea, a single marketplace.
The OpenSea marketplace has diminished recently, but it still dominates this industry, especially for Blur.
One of the marketplaces offered on OpenSea Pro is Blur.
In reality, OpenSea and OpenSea Pro are two separate platforms that have been given the same name.
Yet, both work for the organization OpenSea, which was established in 2017 in New York by Devin Finzer and Alex Atallah.
Be aware that OpenSea does not currently have its own token and does not appear to be interested in doing so, in contrast to rival Blur. The truth is that the BLUR token prizes given to traders in February may have contributed significantly to Blur’s development.
In contrast, OpenSea appears determined to give NFTs as prizes to traders, starting with Gemesis NFTs.