NFT marketplaces allow you to create, buy and sell NFTs. These marketplaces don’t require the ability to code, however, understanding the technical information provided can be very helpful.
In my next post I will discuss how to get on the blockchain so that you can create, buy and sell NFTs. In this post, I review a few popular NFT marketplaces.
OpenSea: A great place to start. The leader in NFT sales. Supports over 150 payment tokens. Types of NFTs available here include: digital art, music, domain names, virtual real estate, digital trading cards, in‐game items and more.
Axie Marketplace: This is a video game specific online shop for the video game Axie Infinity. NFTs are used to represent Axies, mythical creatures, entire lands and other items within the game.
Rarible: Similar to OpenSea, Rarible is a large, easy to use, marketplace. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, Rareble, unlike OpenSea require users to use the marketplace’s own token Rarible or Rari to buy and sell.
NBA Top Shot: Created by Dapper Labs, the creator of CryptoKitties, at NBA Top Shot you can buy video NFTs of historical NBA moments. NBA top shot is a closed marketplace using the Dapper Labs’ proprietary blockchain Flow. This LeBron James’ NBA Top Shot NFT sold for over $200,000.
There are many marketplaces for NFTs. Some are general others more focused. The key is that NFTs enable digital ownership in a new way.
How might your organization or business leverage the NFT capabilities to increase revenues and customers?