As OpenSea faces criticism for several issues on its platform, Mintable is targetting the NFT market leader. In an unprecedented move, Mintable, backed by billionaire entrepreneur, Mark Cuban, is making moves to establish itself at the top of the NFT market.
OpenSea is currently undergoing somewhat of a crisis. They have spent the beginning of 2022 putting out fires, primarily due to the listing bug on its platform. Many users are dissatisfied with the platform’s response, and many prominent crypto/NFT influencers are speaking out about the issues.
Mintable is now hoping to capitalize on this and carve out a bigger slice of the market for itself.
Because of the recent hacks due to a bug that allows people to buy NFTs at previously listed prices, some have seen their NFTs sold for way less than they are valued. This has seen several high-profile NFT collections savaged by the exploit. A BAYC NFT sold for less than 1 ETH in one particular case.
What is Mintable?
Mintable is no stranger to the NFT market. Founded in 2018, it established some critical features of what now seems standard NFT practice. In particular, it introduced gasless minting and credit card purchases for NFTs.
Mintable is primarily an Ethereum based platform. Although it doesn’t hold the same market share as more well-known platforms such as OpenSea and Rarible, they are well respected and established in the NFT space.
Mintable has attempted to gain a more significant foothold in the market in recent months. In November last year, they aggregated all NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain integrated the layer two solution, Immutable X. They also upgraded their platform with a slicker UI and added a range of new features.
The platform also suffers little downtime and allows buyers and sellers to message each other directly.
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