Marketplace for NFTs

In recent days have you heard people buying and talking about digital art and NFT ? But you have no idea where to purchase NFTs from? Take deep breath and follow us because Here by we bring you top verified and reviewed marketplaces for NFTs.

Marketplace for NFTs

In recent days have you heard people buying and talking about digital art and NFT ? But you have no idea where to purchase NFTs from? Take deep breath and follow us because we got your back. Hereby we bring you the top verified and reviewed marketplaces for NFTs.

  • OpenSea.io : OpenSea is the first decentralized marketplace for NFTs, this came into existence in 2018. This tells us that NFT has made it to headlines in a very short period of time. OpenSea is the first and currently considered, the largest marketplace for NFTs. There are all sorts of unique digital items at OpenSea, it also offers other options to the buyers such as collectibles, domain names, digital representation of physical assets game items, and many more.

Fees can either be levied on the seller or the buyer. To understand the difference, consider a user selling an item for 1 ETH. With a 2% seller fee, the buyer would pay 1 ETH for the item and .02 ETH would go to the developer (you), meaning the seller would receive .98 ETH. With a 2% buyer fee, the buyer would pay 1.02 ETH for the item, .02 ETH would go to the developer (you), and 1 ETH would go to the seller.

Also Read: Everything you need to know about NFT

Check out this tutorial on OpenSea for more detailed instruction.

  • Rarible : Just like OpenSea Rarible (RARI) is an open digital marketplace for the sole purpose of selling and purchasing NFTs in exchange of cryptocurrency. Rarible receives 2.5% on all sales as a service fee. When a transaction goes through, both the buyer and the seller have to pay transaction fees that go to the Rarible network.

Rarible allows transactions through Ethererum. $10.33, the latest value of RARI. As compared to other market platforms of NFT, Rarible benefits you with 20% royalty every time your artwork changes ownership.

Here's a smooth tutorial on ' How to operate Rarible'

  • SuperRare :  Like any other digital marketplace SuperRare is a platform where you can collect and sell digital artwork. It has been in our knowledge through sources that "The company earns a 3% transaction fee on art sales on the platform in addition to a 15% gallery fee for primary sales. One unique facet of the platform is that creators can continue to earn on a piece's appreciating value following with 10% commissions on secondary sales."

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Check out this video to know more about SuperRare

Also Read: Everything you need to know about NFT

  • Foundation: Foundation is an application that offers live auctions for non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Here, users can bid on digital artwork by NFT artists using ETH. The NFTs you purchase here can be stored in a wallet known as Metamask wallet, and from here you can sell your stored NFTs another platform such as OpenSea or NiftyGateway.

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Check this out for detailed information and instruction.

  • Atomic Market : Atomic Market offers shared Liquidity, this feature of Atomic market differs the user's experience from other apps.  Now, what does shared liquidity means? Shared liquidity means that everything listed on one market also shows on all other markets.

According to sources 'You can list your own NFTs for sale on the AtomicMarket, and you can browse existing listings. NFTs of well-known collections get a verification checkmark, which makes it easier to spot the real NFTs. Malicious collections are blacklisted.'

Here's a more detailed instruction to help you out.