The new experience allows selecting creators to include multi-stage mint stages, whitelist support, and personalized landing pages for NFT releases.
OpenSea, a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, has released the next phase of its Drops functionality, releasing a new suite of tools for developers releasing collections in partnership with OpenSea.
In a series of tweets, OpenSea said Drops’ first release will offer an “immersive” experience with select partners who have launched collections on its platform.
“Over the past few months, we’ve worked closely with 20 amazing teams to build a world-class drop-hi experience that includes features such as multi-level mining stages, whitelist support, and rich storytelling elements. ,” he said to OpenSea.
The next phase of the Drops rollout will be to create unique mining experiences, such as “deploy smart-his contracts to all supported his EVM chains, configure drop-his mechanisms, and personalize landing pages.” Give developers tools to manage.
According to OpenSea, the feature will gradually roll out to select developers over the next few weeks before finally being rolled out to the general public.Interested companions can request early get admission to to the toolkit online.
“Our vision is to extend this product to make it easy for anyone with an immersive and secure storefront to open their collection without requiring access to strong technical resources or expertise. to be able to send to!” OpenSea tweeted.
OpenSea experimented with website drop personalized landing pages, including new releases from omgkirby, CLOUD MACHINE, Probable a Label, and Anthony Hopkins. Your personalized Marketplace page includes videos, image galleries, utility details, and project roadmaps.
The site has also made waves by taking a tough stance on enforcing creator royalties and has created a specific secondary market that does not enforce royalties for selling NFTs created on the platform. It even goes so far as to block it.