Magic Eden, Solana’s largest NFT platform, now offers the minting and trading of Polygon NFTs.
In an attempt to expand blockchain gaming’s potential by supporting many chains, Magic Eden added Polygon network support on November 22. Many well-known blockchain games, such as The Sandbox, rely on Polygon, an Ethereum layer-2 protocol.
Magic Eden is expanding its lineup of blockchain-based games thanks to the addition of additional gaming companies like Shatterpoint and Infinite Drive, made possible by the platform’s newly added functionality. In 2023, you may expect to see Kakao Games, Planet Mojo, and Taunt Battle World.
Magic Eden’s chief operating officer, Zhuoxun Yin, released the following statement: “We are happy to formally introduce our swift, flawless NFT minting and trading efficient system to Polygon.” Shatterpoint and Infinite Drive with Aston Martin are just two examples of projects with excellent development teams and intellectual properties (IPs), which makes this integration all the more important by expanding our potential player base.
Chris Akhavan, a seasoned professional in the gaming business and a former employee of the blockchain gaming firm Forte, was recently appointed as Chief Gaming Officer at Magic Eden to expand the company’s web3 gaming efforts. A spokeswoman for Magic Eden said that there are more than 50 gaming projects on the platform, with a total of $2.3 billion in NFT deals.
The Block’s Data Report gives that weekly trade volume for web3 gaming NFTs is $11.5 million, down 88.5% year over year.
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