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OpenSea Announces a New Toolkit for NFT Drop Creators

OpenSea Announces a New Toolkit for NFT Drop Creators

OpenSea, a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, has released the next phase of its Drops feature, which includes a new suite of tools for creators who launch collections in collaboration with OpenSea.

OpenSea stated in a series of tweets that the first version of Drops provided an “immersive” experience to select partners who launched their collections on its platform.

“We worked closely with 20 amazing teams over the past few months to build a best-in-class drop experience that includes features like multi-stage minting phases, allowlist support, and rich storytelling elements,” OpenSea said.

The Drops rollout’s next phase will give creators the tools they need to control their own minting process, including “deploying smart contracts across all supported EVM chains, configuring drop mechanics, personalising landing pages,” and other things.

According to OpenSea, the feature will gradually be made available to select creators in the coming weeks before being made available to the public. Online, interested partners can request early access to the toolkit.

“Our goal is to grow this product so that ANYONE can quickly drop collections across any chain on OpenSea with a secure, immersive storefront without significant technical resources or expertise,” OpenSea said in a tweet.

On its website, OpenSea has been experimenting with personalised landing pages for drops, including new releases from omgkirby, CLOUDMACHINE, probably a label, and Anthony Hopkins. Personalized marketplace pages include videos, image galleries, utility information, and project roadmaps.

The site has also made headlines for taking a tough stance on enforcing creator royalties, even going so far as to prevent certain secondary marketplaces that do not enforce royalties from selling NFTs that were originally minted on its platform.

 

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