Along with the addition of Polygon to its platform, Rarible has also launched a multi-wallet profile feature for Rarible.com, which allows users to log in with up to 20 wallets at once on different blockchains.
This way, users with multiple wallets in various ecosystems won’t have to constantly log in and out when buying and selling NFT on Rarible.
🤹🏽Juggling multiple wallets and blockchains can be annoying. That's why we fixed it.
Introducing: Rarible Multi-wallet NFT profile!
Full guide in our blog. Short 🧵 below:https://t.co/hKIkYb3onI
— Rarible (@rarible) March 17, 2022
“We’ve seen firsthand how cumbersome it is to log in and out of wallets that have collectibles spanning blockchains,” Falin said.
“To streamline this process for our users, the multi-wallet profile can support collections across any blockchain a distributed ledger system. A sequence of blocks, or units of digital information, stored consecutively in a public database. The basis of cryptocurrencies. supported by Rarible in one place, so you can access items with a single click.”
As a result, the upgrade brings Rarible’s number of chains to four, making it one of the most versatile marketplaces in the industry. The platform, initially built on Ethereum, expanded its digital horizons last November to include the Flow blockchain. Two months later, it incorporated accessibility to assets built on the Tezos network. Next, Rarible will look to complete a royal flush by integrating with the world’s second most active blockchain, Solana.
In addition to its blockchain support, Rarible has also improved the connectivity of its wallet. Users will now be able to connect up to 20 different wallets simultaneously, eliminating the need to log in each time a user chooses to interact with assets stored in an alternate location.
In addition, although Rarible.com is an NFT marketplace, the Rarible Protocol behind it can be used by others to power their own NFT applications.
OpenSea already supports Polygon, and while it has not yet officially announced plans for Solana, recent leaks suggest that OpenSea will adopt that platform as well.
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