Klaytn, the blockchain project of Korea’s Internet giant, Kakao, is to become the first public blockchain platform, after Ethereum, to be supported by OpenSea, the largest marketplace for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on March 28, 2021.
The integration with OpenSea will allow Klaytn-powered NFTs, ranging from game items and characters to digital arts, to be supported, with peer-to-peer trading to take place by the end of June. Users can sync their OpenSea accounts with Kaikas wallet, the web browser extension wallet that connects to the Klaytn network, and buy or sell NFTs with Klaytn’s token KLAY.
As strategic partners of Klaytn, DATA (which empowers BApp Antube on Klaytn) will cooperate with Klaytn and exploring DeFi and NFTs. Klaytn (KLAY) ranks top 15 in terms of market cap on coinmarketcap.com recently, and it has huge potential to compete with other mainnet in the future. Since Klaytn integrates with OpenSea, DTA will be introduced to a much wider audience as it adopts potential utility of NFT. The team is currently collaborating with ecosystem partners from gaming industry to build NFTs based games while adding additional utility value of the token. Additional updates will be released later.
Klaytn is a global public blockchain platform developed by Ground X, the blockchain affiliate of the leading South Korean Internet company, Kakao(035720.KS). Klaytn is a service-centric blockchain platform providing an intuitive development environment and friendly end-user experience. It is built upon solid reliability and significant stability with substantial service development for mass adoption. The platform allows real world applications of large scale to be produced right away so that our end-users can make full use of services without much expertise in blockchain or cryptocurrency. For more information, visit https://www.klaytn.com.
OpenSea is the first and largest marketplace for user-owned digital goods, which include collectibles, gaming items, domain names, digital art, and other assets backed by a blockchain. For more information, visit https://opensea.io.