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OpenSea Expands Its Seaport Implementation to Support Polygon

Amy Liu

Summary: OpenSea announced today the integration of the layer two scaling solution Polygon into its Seaport protocol implementation. “Starting today, we will begin using Seaport for all new listings and offers on Polygon!” OpenSea tweeted. “We’re excited to start using Seaport across multiple blockchains to improve the experience for everyone on OpenSea.” OpenSea says using Seaport ...

OpenSea announced today the integration of the layer two scaling solution Polygon into its Seaport protocol implementation. “Starting today, we will begin using Seaport for all new listings and offers on Polygon!” OpenSea tweeted. “We’re excited to start using Seaport across multiple blockchains to improve the experience for everyone on OpenSea.”

OpenSea says using Seaport on Polygon enables the launching of several new features on Polygon, including collection and attribute offers, no listing thresholds, Multiple creator payouts, and bulk transfers.

In June, OpenSea announced moving from its Wyvern protocol to Seaport. The change came in a bid to avoid high Ethereum gas fees, make signature confirmation actions easier to read, and remove the need for new users to pay an account initialization or setup fee.

“After several months of observing Seaport’s impact and collecting valuable feedback, we’re excited to introduce Polygon support,” OpenSea said in a blog post. “In the coming months, we will be adding support for Klaytn and other EVM-compatible chains as well."

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