Woonkly is a Metasocial network that recently launched a new version of its marketplace, which aims to become the competition of the giant OpenSea.
According to information provided by its CEO Daniel Santos, at the Woonkly V2 seminar, this new version brings together features from seven platforms into one.
Woonkly developed a platform where its users can create, share, visualize and trade NFTs, even those coined in other platforms and without the need to change networks.
The current trend is to include NFT functions in social networks and an example of this is how Facebook and Instagram are working to achieve this.
Woonkly, a strong competitor to OpenSea
The most important marketplace today is OpenSea, with more than 2 million users and 20 million NFTs hosted on its platform.
However, OpenSea and other major marketplaces only have native collections, coined within the platform itself.
Starting from these limitations of OpenSea, Woonkly is taking an important step to become a direct competitor, allowing to explore different collections, even if they were created in other marketplaces.
The system developed by the Woonkly team can directly read the networks of each collection. The project aims to have its own network in the future, without neglecting the potential offered so far.
Another element that differentiates Woonkly from OpenSea is the distribution of commissions, which in the first project are distributed among the community that conforms it.
Daniel Santos, CEO of Woonkly, indicated that new DeFi functions will be integrated very soon, highlighting the Stake pool, with which users can generate income.
The versatility that Woonkly is offering to its users will be a key factor in its positioning, having to compete head to head with established and popular projects.
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