After a few days off, we are back with a new Nightly Mint To give you a quick NFT recap. Amid market chaos, including rumors of the Celsius debacle, Coinbase layoffs and the collapse of the crypto VC firm, NFTs have largely been left out in the wider crypto conversation that began this week.
That doesn’t mean things have gone haywire.
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Latest Mint: NFT Marketplace OpenC Shifts to Seaport Protocol
OpenSea has today announced its shift from Wyvern to Seaport, a protocol adjustment that will “significantly improve gas costs” and add other minor features and UI upgrades. According to the forum’s blog post, the reduction in gas charges is estimated to be around 35%.
Other upgrades include support for ‘collection offers’, as well as feature-specific offers for NFTs on the platform, and new features (including a highly sought-after ‘bulk listing’ feature) cited now that Seaport is live. .
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Solana (SOL) has been an emerging NFT player this year. | Source: SOL-USD on TradingView.com
RadioShack goes RatioShack
About 6 months ago we covered the return of the dinosaur technology storefront RadioShack to the market… the re-emergence as the DeFi platform. It was a turning point that we didn’t anticipate accurately. Now, RadioShack is now RatioShack on Twitter and is following the head of NFT influencers. Definitely saw it coming.
Imagine roaming twitter and this pfp lmfao. try to flex pic.twitter.com/JrtaA7cLPS
— RatioShack (@RadioShack) 14 June 2022
‘Minty Fresh’ Tech
No need to refresh spam. Let’s look at some Dalits instead.
NFTwitter: “99% of projects will go to 0. I believe these will survive:” Following the list of top 10 projects on OpenSC at the moment
— bobbyhundreds.eth (@bobbyhundreds) 14 June 2022
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