We’ve been busy this last month or so. The mobile app dropped, and we introduced some key improvements to help users manage their offers on OpenSea. Let’s take a look…
The OpenSea mobile app
For more info, check out the full blog post.
Better offer management tools
We updated the listing flow and added some hotly-requested, email minimizing offer management features, like counter-offers and minimum offers, to make selling NFTs easier than ever.
Click here for all the details.
In the interest of protecting users from phishing attacks and other forms of theft, we’ve rolled out a feature that allows users to disable buying and selling for NFTs in their account if they believe their wallet has been compromised.
To use it, head to Settings, then Account Support.
Profile page improvements
The updated OpenSea profile header now makes it easier (and prettier) to associate your OpenSea account with your Twitter, Instagram, and website.
Royalty info at checkout
Buyers can now more easily view the royalty percentage that goes to the original creator before purchasing an item.
Gifted items hidden by default
All NFTs transferred to you from unverified collections will now be located in the hidden tab on your profile page by default. This will not apply to items from verified collections.
This feature is live for NFTs on the Polygon and Klaytn blockchains now, and we’ll be adding it for Ethereum-based NFTs soon.
We now have a status page that displays key system metrics, past incidents, and the operational standing of the website, mobile app, and API.
If you notice an issue with OpenSea, check the status page for updates, and be sure that we’re working on it as fast as we can.
Floor price updates now real-time
The heading covers it. The floor price stat now updates in real-time, so no more waiting around.
We want to hear from you
NFTs represent a new renaissance in the consumer internet, and it’s the perfect time to join the OpenSea team. If you’re interested in a role, we’re hiring across the board.
(Cover image credit: Will Nichols)
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