NFTs are accessible to anyone because of Solana’s low gas prices and quick transaction rates. You don’t have to choose between liquidity and control on OpenSea since your NFTs stay in your wallet until they’re sold.
Users want platforms that enable them to complete transactions more rapidly and at a cheaper cost, and Solana satisfies both criteria. As a result, a number of well-known platforms are in the process of integrating with Solana or have already done so. As additional integrations are added, users are moving to Solana at a faster pace. Solana’s initial beta release will only include a small portion of the collection. The Metaplex collection standard will be a scalable alternative to improve coverage in the full launch, so you may adopt it now if you want to be ready.
Because this is a beta, they’re looking for feedback before releasing the full version.
How do you see your Solana NFTs on OpenSea?
Make sure your Solana wallet is linked to your OpenSea account. At this moment, you’ll need separate accounts for your Ethereum-based and Solana-based NFTs.
To make sure you’re logged into the right account, double-check that the wallet address on your OpenSea account matches the one on your Solana wallet. Once you’ve logged in, go to your profile’s “Collected” tab to see your Solana-based NFTs.
At first, just a few collections will be available, but as the beta program progresses, more will be added.
Solana is already one of the world’s most popular blockchains for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and decentralized finance (DeFi). It is now the world’s fourth most popular cryptocurrency, and there is little question that interest in Solana NFTs is rising.