Top 7 platforms where you can buy and sell NFT

Started by Emily Evans, Oct 24, 2022, 03:49 AM

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NFT today does not discuss only lazy! The incredible surge in the growth of digital art is the most interesting trend in recent times. The popularity of NFT is growing not only among collectors, but also among investors and traders. We are figuring out where you can buy or sell NFT.
Let's start in order: what is NFT?



NFTs are non–interchangeable tokens. Unlike cryptocurrencies and ordinary tokens, NFTs are unique: each exists in a single instance. NFTs are works of art, real estate, or, for example, artifacts in a computer game; they are all unique and cannot be copied.
What is an NFT marketplace?

NFT trading platforms are platforms or, more simply, "NFT shopping centers" where they can be sold, bought or exchanged. They are created specifically for non-interchangeable tokens and all kinds of digital works are stored, displayed, sold and in some cases even created here.

To date, there are many such resources, but we will focus on the 5 most popular and interesting of them. Let's go!

 OpenSea
OpenSea is one of the largest and most popular NFT marketplaces today. The variety of offers pushes many other trading platforms into the background. Thousands of different NFTs are presented here: from paintings by contemporary artists to game cards. In addition, the platform has several auction functions and is fully integrated into the crypto infrastructure.
Terms and commissions. When putting their works up for sale, OpenSea users must pay a commission. This fee depends on the demand in the network, the time of day and many other factors and sometimes may even exceed the price of the created work of art, most often it is $ 70-100.

 Rarible
The Raible platform that has managed to gain popularity around the world. Using their own RARI token, artists can create and sell their works here. Another important difference is the opportunity for authors to receive remuneration every time their work is resold.
The Raible platform, by the way, has one of the highest trading volumes among all NFT marketplaces at the moment.
Commissions. Registration on the website is free. For the placement of each new token or the creation of a collection, you will need to pay an Ethereum network commission - $ 20-100 for each publication.

 NiftyGateway
The NiftyGateway platform has convenient functionality for buying and selling NFT, as well as an impeccable reputation. It was bought by Gemini exchange.
The key feature of this platform is that users can buy NFT using fiat currency ( US dollars, euros, yen, etc.), and sellers can withdraw income to their credit or debit cards.
How much it costs to post your work. Accommodation is free of charge. Nifty Gateway takes 15% commission from the transaction. With each resale, the NFT platform retains 5% and an additional 30 cents. When reselling NFT, the author is charged 10% of the transaction.

 SuperRare
The SuperRare platform is a virtual gallery of digital art. Each work is truly created by an artist on the web and is regarded as a crypto-collectible digital item that can be owned and traded. To confirm their authorship, artists develop a specialized certificate.
The SuperRare platform is at an early stage and has not yet been fully deployed.
However, it has recently raised $9 million from investors for further development and relaunch by next year.
Commissions. Posting your work is free, but at the first sale SuperRare withholds 14% of the transaction. The platform also takes 3% commission from each successful sale of NFT.

 NBA Top Shot
NBATopShot is an NFT platform with support for the well—known American basketball league. The concept of the site is to issue and sell digital sports collectible cards. Only instead of static images, NBA Top Shot cards contain videos from past games. Each clip, in this case, is a unique token of its kind.
Commission. A 5% fee is charged for each sale in the NBA Top Shot.

 Foundation
The NFT Foundation platform has a stylish design and is considered more advanced. Foundation is an auction site, and even in order to get there, you need to get an invitation from some author. The auction takes place by analogy with a real public sale of goods. The one who has indicated a large price for a certain time gets a job.
The Foundation platform is a resource where you need to show your work with maximum involvement of the future audience, for example, by sharing them on social networks or blogs.
Conditions. Posting your work is free of charge. Foundation withholds 14% from the sale of the art token. When reselling the NFT, the author is charged 10% royalty.

So, the industry continues to develop, and already now we see a lot of promising projects. The popularity of non-interchangeable tokens will only grow in the coming years with the advent of innovative applications for digitizing art, property rights, collectibles or just for fun.
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friv10games

I agree in part, but let me know if something else absurd suddenly appears, or is hotly discussed by Dignitaries and others who will prophesy collapse and scam - I will definitely study that direction and, if possible, earn on it. Alas, but what to do.
NFT — nonsense, evil and insanity. Here is my value judgment.
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Harry_99

Hi,
Thanks for the rating and info. This made me dive even deeper into the problem. As I understand it, the NFT platforms has changed a lot in a month. The NBA Top Shot climbed to number 3 thanks to a balanced video clip handling policy. Another strong player from China has appeared - Binance.
The last player seems to me to have great potential and opportunities.
And what is your opinion?
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miaedwards

Mintable, like Mintbase and Terra Virtua, presented below, are more focused on digital collectibles. Launched this year, Mintable is a convenient digital marketplace for buying, selling and exchanging assets on the Zilliqa blockchain.
Content creators can easily turn works of art, music, PDFs, images and other files into an object that lives on the blockchain and create a smart contract without worrying about coding it.

Mintbase
You can still mint artwork, tickets, music and other assets here, and then move them to OpenSea and sell them there.
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