Klaytn cooperates with OpenSea to develop the Asian NFT market

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Singapore-based public blockchain network Klaytn and NFT platform OpenSea have announced a collaboration to attract investment to the Asian NFT market. Information about the partnership appeared on the official channels of the companies.
The leading Asian blockchain platform Klaytn Foundation is going to collaborate with the largest NFT marketplace, OpenSea. The main goal of the partners is to support and develop the local NFT industry.
Source: klaytn.foundation

Source: klaytn.foundation

Representatives of the companies announced the partnership as part of the NFT.NYC specialized event. To date, this is the first such unification of efforts aimed at accelerating the development of the sphere and implementing non-fungible tokens in the Asian region more actively.
According to the Klaytn Foundation representative, David Shin, “our goal is to develop innovative use cases and support the growth of the Klaytn ecosystem in Asia.” It is known that the partnership involves the provision of ecosystem grants and joint activities aimed at developing NFT projects of local developers and increasing their recognition in other countries.
Among the companies interested in such a collaboration are Altava Group (Singapore), EAST NFT (Thailand), Blockchain Service Network (China), and Soramitsu (Japan). Developers will access unique project opportunities, the Klaytn Growth Fund, and Metaverse’s comprehensive set of technologies. Information about projects and upcoming events will be published on official Klaytn channels.

Klaytn Foundation

Non-profit Singaporean organization that develops the Klaytn ecosystem and promotes its large-scale adoption. The company offers an innovative metaverse platform solution that developers of DApps, AAA games, and other projects integrated with the NFT industry can use.
The Klaytn Foundation claims an innovative governance structure, creates a comfortable environment for developers, and actively supports businesses in community co-building processes.