OpenSea Pro (Gem) has made waves in the NFT market in recent days, with a significant increase in active addresses and trading volume. According to data from Dune Analytics, the number of daily active addresses of OpenSea Pro exceeds 2.8k, and the daily transaction volume exceeds 2.5 million US dollars, which is almost 3-4 times the previous figure.
Source: Dune Analysis
OpenSea Pro is an NFT aggregator that allows users to buy, sell and explore NFTs from various marketplaces in one place, including SuperRare, Foundation and Nifty Gateway. With the recent increase in activity, OpenSea Pro’s overall transaction rate is now on par with Blur’s transaction rate.
#offshore Pro Experiences activity surges, surpassing previous transaction records https://t.co/qgyvIXiJp7
— Kyptos (@azcoinnews) April 9, 2023
This increase in activity can be attributed to a number of factors, including the growing popularity of NFTs and growing interest in aggregation platforms such as OpenSea Pro. NFTs have been in the spotlight in recent months, with multi-million dollar sales of digital art and other unique assets.
The success of OpenSea Pro also highlights the importance of aggregation platforms in the NFT field. With so many different marketplaces and platforms to buy and sell NFTs, aggregators like OpenSea Pro make it easier for collectors and investors to discover and purchase the properties they are looking for.
However, it’s worth noting that the NFT market is still relatively new and can be volatile. While OpenSea Pro’s recent surge in activity is certainly a positive sign for the platform and the NFT space in general, there is also the possibility that this growth may not be sustainable in the long run.
All in all, though, the recent success of OpenSea Pro clearly demonstrates the growing interest and demand for NFTs, and it will be interesting to see the platform and the broader NFT market. How will growth continue to come in the coming months and years?
- OpenSea launches OpenSea Pro to compete with Blur for NFTs
- Blur’s daily transaction volume reaches $117.7 million, 9 times that of OpenSea
according to Kyptos