OpenSea now has an app for iOS and Android, on the app, users can connect their profile, browse their favourite NFTs, search and filter NFTs, view collection and item stats. A user can only browse NFTs, not buy, sell or trade them.
Opensea has announced the release of the platform’s smartphone application, which is compatible with iOS and Android devices.
“The calls for a mobile app have been growing, and we’ve been hard at work bringing it to life,” Opensea said on Friday. “Making NFTs more available to all is one of our core missions here at OpenSea, and we believe this is a big step in an exciting direction. NFTs in the palm of your hand.”
The main market, Opensea, is not the only one on the block, and it faces stiff competition. While Opensea has large volumes, NFT markets such as Rarible, Superrare, Makersplace, Foundation, Mintable, Atomicwallet, and others sell NFTs on a regular basis. NFT markets on other blockchains, such as Avalanche, Solana, and Tezos, are also selling.
In 2021, a couple of these marketplaces will conduct capital raising. Opensea’s mobile app is expected to broaden the platform’s appeal, and the company claims it will continue to improve the app over time.
Opensea team members “may neither buy or sell from collections or creators” while being pushed by Opensea, according to the NFT market’s management.
Furthermore, the team stated last week that “Opensea team members are banned from using proprietary information to purchase or sell any NFTs, whether offered on the Opensea platform or not.”