- Opera Crypto Browser adds drag-and-drop NFT creation tool
- Despite significant growth on the NFT front in 2021, 2022 saw some setbacks
Opera Crypto Browser announced We plan to add a drag-and-drop NFT creation tool in early 2023. Launchpad will be developed by cloud-based ecosystem company Alteon and will be integrated into Opera’s crypto browser. Additionally, it provides users with an easy, code-free way to create digital artwork.
Drop media files into the Tools Launchpad to preview and convert them into copyrighted material to share, store, or sell.
Susie Batt, Crypto Ecosystem Lead at Opera, said:
“Opera Crypto Browser is for exploring the Web3 privately and securely. With Alteon LaunchPad, we are giving our users the opportunity to freely contribute to this ecosystem. It will allow us to create NFTs instantly and easily with no fees, allowing more people to explore the burgeoning NFT industry.”
Opera took its first steps into cryptocurrency in January. launch Its a crypto browser.
Tool announcement follows November announcement Foreword Learn about Opera’s DegenKnows, an NFT analytics tool for discovering and tracking collections. The tool provided on-chain data such as whale trades and social signals such as collection social media footprints and interest among NFT insiders.
Research And Markets recently Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Global Market report. In 2021, he saw a rapid increase in NFTs, but growth was erratic and plateaued in 2022.
NFT Market Soaring?
The value of the global NFT market in 2022 was $37.6 billion. It was expected to reach $125.6 billion by 2027, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27.3%.
Furthermore, in October Galaxy Digital release A research report containing data on royalty payments. Over $1.8 billion in royalties paid out to creators. ethereum [ETH]based art collection. Over the past year, the average percentage of royalties paid to creators on OpenSea has doubled from 3% to 6%. Additionally, OpenSea is the platform that pays out the most royalties to creators.
10 entities account for 27% of all NFT royalties collected to date. Additionally, 482 collections accounted for 80% of all royalties earned. So far, eight major brands have received about $100 million in royalty payments.