OpenSea is debuting dedicated mint pages for new projects, the company announced in a blog post today.
The first mint with OpenSea's new project, called SeaDrop, takes place Thursday, with a collection from omgkirby which features vocals and production from rapper Channel Tres.
The company claimed Monday that the email it sent to its users in error Sept. 15 was an "accidental" hint for SeaDrop, which allows artists and NFT creators the ability to launch their projects on dedicated drop pages with visibility on the OpenSea homepage.
"We are providing creators with the technical foundation to mint their projects without compromising creativity. Also, collectors can come to one trusted destination for both minting and future sales and purchases," the company said in a blog post.
The company did not include pricing details and haven't responded to questions in Discord or on Twitter.
A veteran journalist and editor with more than a decade's worth of experience, TD helped a small community newspaper in Vermont win a New England Newspaper Association Right to Know Award in 2014. TD helped compile five years' worth of invoices to uncover a long-established practice of small-town government officials paying themselves six figures to do small jobs around town.
TD discovered NFTs with Top Shot in 2021 and his first NFTs on ETH were saving two Mooncats. He is now the proud owner of Rowhome #61 and 1,300 other NFTs of questionable value.
He also sent 4 ETH to a fake Mekaverse site and wants Lucky Trader readers to avoid the same fate.
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