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Okay Bears smashes records: More than 187,500 SOL traded on OpenSea

Okay Bears smashes records: More than 187,500 SOL traded on OpenSea

surpassed OpenSea and broke all previous records for non-Ethereum-based projects. OpenSea saw about 187,500 SOL in secondary trading in the twenty-four hours after the minting of 10,000 bears, which is equivalent to around $18.5 million!

Okay Bears is a Solana NFT effort that is breaking records, and it may signal a cultural change inside the NFT. After almost two years of near-total domination in the NFT space by Ethereum efforts, the situation is altering. The Solana project was launched on April 26 with a mint price of 1.5 SOL ($147). The NFT collection was quickly sold out.

Okay Bears is shifting public conceptions about Solana non-fungible tokens. This new project comprises of 10,000 avatars representing a broad range of unique identities.

In addition, possessing one of these NFTs allows access to an exclusive club known as ‘The Park.’ Here, Okay Bears owners will find exclusive product launches, outdoor advertising, unique live events, and a community of friendly bears.

On April 7th, OpenSea began offering Solana NFTs, and some questioned whether or not it would work. Due to the success of Okay Bears, many visitors to the Solana NFT website will be thrilled to discover new projects.

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