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OpenSea launches SeaDrop feature to support NFT projects to laungch and mint directly on the platform
On September 20, OpenSea announced the launch of SeaDrop, a feature that supports the launch and minting of NFT projects directly on the platform. Features include dedicated Drop pages (better storytelling, NFT galleries, video trailers, etc.), minting using SeaDrop, support for whitelisting and storing information in a decentralized manner, and more. The new features will support creators to publish NFTs on the new OpenSea homepage, including a dedicated Drop page where collectors can mint directly from the OpenSea page. In addition, this Thursday OpenSea will have its first Beta test with omgkirby and Top Ramen. Opensea also plans to launch a web3 Drops calendar, and will feature more Drop projects from Warner Music Group, Anthony Hopkins and other notable talents.
Coinbase partners with ENS to launch Web3 username cb․id
On September 20, Coinbase announced that it has partnered with ENS, an ethereal domain name service, to create a free application for the Web3 username cb․id, now available in Coinbase’s plugin wallet, which allows users to connect an existing .eth address or a new cb․id to create a Web3 profile, trade with others and follow friends.
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