In recent months, the largest NFT marketplace on Solana (SOL) has recorded record performance. And the data revealed that Magic Eden had nothing to envy to OpenSea. But, can the platform really succeed in dethroning OpenSea? According to some analysts, this will be difficult for him.
What the statistics say about Magic Eden
Last April, Magic Eden recorded an exchange volume of more than $ 300 million. This had given it a considerable lead over its rivals Solanart and OpenSea. It must be said that the platform constitutes a decentralized application (DApp) that facilitates the creation and management of NFTs. It makes every effort to offer users the best NFT projects present on Solana. In addition, it provides the creators of NFT with great liquidity. Currently, this NFT marketplace based on the Solana (SOL) blockchain is valued at $1.6 billion.
In addition, Magic Eden recently announced that it will soon be available on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain. He’s counting support NFTs built on Ethereum (ETH). He wants to allow collectors as well as creators to buy and sell Ethereum NFTs. The marketplace also wants to offer consumers the opportunity to live an experience multi-chain. The NFT marketplace is currently testing a feature to promote the purchase of NFT using ETH, SOL or credit card.
That said, Magic Eden said recently: “ Over the past 18 months, the NFT SOL and ETH markets have experienced phenomenal growth within their respective communities. Magic Eden aims to bring these two universes closer together on the conviction that the social, cultural and connective utilities of NFTs must be shared between networks. ».
Magic Eden records good performances and manages to surpass OpenSea on some points. But the latter remains the leader. And it is difficult to say with certainty that Magic Eden will succeed in surpassing OpenSea at all levels.
Source : LinkedIn
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