OpenSea NFT Bulk Listing and Buying is now live

Users can now list up to 30 NFTs at once and purchase up to 30 NFTs in bulk using only one single transaction, saving on gas fees.

Oct 8, 2022
by Dragan
OpenSea NFT Bulk Listing and Buying is now live
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Ever wished you could hop on the world’s largest marketplace and buy multiple NFTs at the same time instead of having to go one by one, wasting money on gas fees for each? Well, now you can, as OpenSea has announced that the NFT bulk listing and buying features are now officially live!

Revealed in a recent Twitter thread, users can now purchase up to 30 NFTs on the same chain. This means that instead of doing up to 30 separate transactions and paying gas fees for every NFT, users can now add assets to their shopping cart, completing the purchase by paying for it all using only one single transaction.

Those who want to list more than one NFT at once also need not waste time repeating the process, as users can now just list in bulk up to 30 NFTs by heading to the Collected tab on their profile and clicking on the “+” that appears on the top right corner of an NFT when hovering the mouse cursor over it. Another way to do this is by clicking on the 3 dots which are labeled as “More options” when hovering over them on the bottom left corner of an item card, opening a dropdown menu in which the “List for sale” option can be found, allowing you to select multiple NFTs for listing. Before confirming the bulk listing users can set different prices and duration for each NFT individually, as well as set the same price and duration for all NFTs by clicking on the 3 dots next to the aforementioned adjustable parameters of an NFT.

At the end of the Twitter thread the team teased that they will keep us “posted as we make more improvements to the buying & selling experience on OpenSea over the coming weeks!”

Last month, OpenSea launched support for Optimism, a Layer 2 scaling solution on the Ethereum network, the same month in which they brought Arbitrum support, which is also an Ethereum-based Layer 2 network.

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