Popular NFT marketplace, OpenSea has integrated multiple listings for NFT trading on its platform. The NFT marketplace confirmed the development in a series of Wednesday Twitter posts on its verified handle. According to Opensea, users can now list and buy up to 30 items in a single flow.
Notably, Opensea explained what the new experience will look like for users intending to explore the NFT bulk buying and listing. According to OpenSea, users can access the bulk listing option by selecting “+” on their collected items tab. The bulk listing option can also be accessed by selecting “list for sale” in the “more options” “drop-down.” With this, users can add up to 30 items to the list directly.
Additionally, users can save costs and process 30 items in one transaction. OpenSea promised to keep users posted on new updates in the weeks to come.
Opensea’s partnership with Warner Music Group
This development comes barely a week after Opensea partnered with Warner Music Group. With the partnership, Opensea paves the way for WMG artists to promote their fan base in the Web3 space. Also, WMG artist will be availed free access to open sea products and increased visibility in the Nft marketplace. Occasioned by the partnership, OpenSea aims to help WMG artists connect with their Web3 communities. Warner Music Group remains one of the leading music labels that produced popular artists such as Cardi B, Madonna, Dua Lipa, and Ed Sheeran.
According to Warner’s Chief digital officer, Oana Ruxandra, the community is fundamental to music DNA. This, according to him, means it is bringing artists and fans together to celebrate the music they love. He further that the partnership with OpenSea will promote these communities by introducing Web3 tools and resources. Ruxandra stated the tools would provide opportunities for artists to establish deeper engagement, access, and ownership.
Struggles against the downturn of crypto market
Meanwhile, OpenSea remains one of the firms ravaged by the implications of crypto winter. Recall that the NFT marketplace laid off about 20 percent of workers. According to the firm CEO, Devin Finzer, Opensea took the decision in order to prepare for a possible long period of the current crypto winter. According to Finzer, the firm will survive another five years of crypto winter with the layoff. In addition, the layoff further solidifies Opensea’s position as the leader in NFT marketplace. By virtue of the development, the total employee of the firm is now 230, as against 275 that started this year.