An NFTs trade platform is called OpenSea. When it comes to contributing the most volume to NFTs trades, this exchange now holds the top spot.
Since taking action against NFTs-related scams such as suspicious NFTs transactions and NFTs trade theft, OpenSea has been under a lot of fire.
A platform update with new security features was announced by OpenSea. The new function will automatically conceal transactions from suspicious NFTs.
It will assist NFTs traders using the OpenSea platform in abstaining from illegal or dubious NFTs transactions.
Recently, OpenSea concentrated on boosting NFTs traders’ confidence and safety on the platform.
According to a recent blog post by the program’s co-founder and CEO Derin Finzer, the NFT marketplace also intends to make significant investments in a number of crucial areas to ensure including theft prevention, trust and safety, scaling review and moderation, IP infringement, and lowering critical responsiveness in high-touch settings.
In addition to these developments, OpenSea also created a specific staff that serves as a moderation team. In the future, this team will deploy “important auto-detection” technology to quickly tackle illegal NFTs-related activities due to copyright issues and other fraud vectors.
On June 14, the CEO of OpenSea discussed scams and described how NFTs might be taken from a person simply via email.
He stated: We’ve recently observed criminals using these transfers to get visitors to click links that lead to nefarious third-party websites. This new scam is prevented by our most recent Trust & Safety release.
It is important to note that at that time, when NFTs trade activity are declining due to the crypto winter condition, such decisions are being made by the platform.
The majority of the NFTs trade industry garnered enormous attention and earned enormous money in 2021, however, the current situation indicates that NFTs enterprises will see a significant decline in revenue.
Don’t miss important articles during the week. Subscribe to blockbuild weekly digest for updates.