OpenSea Exec’s Outlook on NFT Marketplace Amid Crypto Winter

Opensea exec’s outlook on nft marketplace amid crypto winter

CoinDesk published this video item, entitled “OpenSea Exec’s Outlook on NFT Marketplace Amid Crypto Winter” – below is their description.

OpenSea, the largest non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace by volume, announced Tuesday that it’s planning to support Arbitrum, allowing creators to list NFTs minted on the Ethereum roll-up. Anne Fauvre-Willis, VP of special projects at OpenSea, joins “First Mover” to discuss the offering and her NFT marketplace outlook during crypto winter. Plus, OpenSea’s strategy to stay competitive in a growing NFT space.

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