OpenSea for Mac
OpenSea - The largest NFT marketplace LATEST
macOS 10.14 Mojave or later
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OpenSea for Mac 2023 full offline installer setup for Mac
Originally founded in 2017, this NFT platform is based on Ethereum “ERC-721” standard and “Polygon” and can today be accessed either from an internet browser or a native iOS/Android application (where some functionality is disabled).
The first thing users have to do to access the full functionality of OpenSea for macOS is to register for a free account. This will allow them access to the marketplace dashboard where they can easily use the search engine and filtering tools to discover new NFT releases from a wide variety of digital artists and creators. Search and filtering can be done via tags for name, category, creator, and several other properties. One unique search function is focused on market activity, enabling easy discovery of NFT items that have been causing the attention of the public, building traction with bidders, and creating strong demand.
Account-holders on OpenSea for macOS can access the transaction and item history function with ease, enabling them to easily view collected items, save and view favorites that are still offered for sale, view rankings of collections (with stats for their 24-hour, 7-day, and all-time activity volume), and much more.
All in all, the OpenSea marketplace is a perfect destination for any NFT owners who want to place their assets on sale, either for a fixed price or via auction where anyone can place a bid. Even better, NFT owners can set a royalty of up to 10% in the OpenSea Mac collection editor, enabling them to gather additional funds every time the ownership of the asset moves hands.
All NFT sales are done using ETH coins, and OpenSea supports linking of the following cryptocurrency wallet services – Metamask, Coinbase Wallet, TrustWallet, Portis, Fortmatic / Magic, Arkane, Authereum, Bitski, Dapper, Kaikas, OperaTouch, Torus, WalletConnect, and WalletLink.
Also Available: Download OpenSea for Windows