The popular non-fungible token ( NFT ) marketplace OpenSea has unveiled a new protocol that allows anyone to set up new and decentralized NFT marketplaces.
And judging from some members of the community, the protocol could become the “Uniswap moment” of NFTs. OpenSea said that the first iteration of the new protocol, dubbed Seaport, has already been created by OpenSea itself, but stressed that it is open for anyone to build on.
The same user also went into more depth on how the new protocol will function, explaining that it will open up for more advanced functions like trading one NFT for another and setting specific criteria for who can take the other side of the trade.
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