The marketplace will offer innovative ways for users to buy and sell NFTs, including the ability for bidders to pay for NFTs using different assets, rather than just crypto.
In its blog post , OpenSea says that every Seaport listing will consist of the same basic structure, including an improved EIP-712 signature payload, which outlines what can be spent and what will be received back.
Traders will also be allowed to specify the criteria they want in any given NFT, or the part of the collection the individual prefers when making offers. Tipping, according to the post, will also be permissible, so long as it doesn’t exceed the original NFT offer.
“As adoption grows and developers create new evolving use-cases, we are all responsible for keeping each other safe,” OpenSea said, clarifying that it would not be the one controlling Seaport, but rather an independent open-source protocol for several developers to build upon.
OpenZeppelin also conducted a security audit of the protocol, in addition to Trail of Bits, which said that there were no major vulnerabilities at the time.
im ngl… I couldn't even understand what this does. Is it basically just an opensource marketplace that kind of enables bartering and/or more customization through community development? —