In beta since late 2022, the NFT market from Kraken is now officially open. The marketplacewhich already supported Ethereum and Solana, now also supports Polygon.
The San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange platform announced Thursday the official opening of Kraken NFT.
That’s right: we’re no longer in beta,” Kraken wrote in a blog post.
Following the launch, the marketplace, initially compatible with Solana and Ethereum, now supports NFTs issued on layer2 Polygon.
Kraken has also increased the number of collections on offer to over 250. The most popular series, such as BAYC, Doodles and CryptoPunks are naturally offered. The American firm prides itself on charging its customers no gas fees when buying and selling tokens.
Just because we’re out of beta doesn’t mean we’ve stopped building. We have a never-ending list of exciting features coming that you’ll love,” the crypto exchange shared.
In particular, Kraken plans to offer a user the opportunity to display an NFT on the rear spoiler of a Formula 1. In March, Exchange signed a partnership agreement with Williams Racing.
The non-fungible tokens market is now dominated by Blur, which overtook pioneer and former No. 1 OpenSea earlier this year in terms of transaction volume.
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