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Is it possible to create an NFT marketplace like Opensea, Rarible, and NBA top shot?

Daniel Jacob

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The answer to your question is Yes. It isn’t as difficult as you see when it comes to creating an NFT marketplace like OpenSea, Rarible, and even SuperRare in the era of blockchain with technological advancements. 

You might be pondering on how and where to start with. To your understanding, there are two possible approaches in which the NFT marketplace could be built. 

Obviously, you will be aware of the first approach that is customary one, involving designing, developing, testing, and launching. This ultimately requires much of your time and efforts to be taken even with the involvement of groundwork. To say precisely, the NFT trading platform has to be created from scratch.

Another modern approach is employing a clone script. Wondering what it is about? Let Me explain now. OpenSea Clone, Rarible Clone, and many more are prevailing in the market. These are pre-made NFT marketplace solutions housing core features like Storefront, Digital wallet, Search filter, Create listings, Bidding & buying, KYC/AML verification, etc. This solution is being built on the Ethereum blockchain network in general and this choice will be yours. A few of the other popular blockchain networks include TRON, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, Polkadot, Flow, and the list goes on. With required modifications, the NFT marketplace will function as you expect.

Among these, it is you to decide on which approach to carry out. Make your decision wisely. Whatever the choice is, partner with an NFT development company and forge ahead. 

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