Using our Solana marketplace is similar to using Ethereum and Polygon, but there are a few differences. Solana is a separate blockchain from Ethereum, so a Solana-compatible wallet is required to be able to purchase Solana-based items using OpenSea. OpenSea currently supports the following Solana wallet providers: Phantom or Glow.
Solana features on OpenSea
At beta launch, you will be able to:
- Buy and list Solana NFTs with a fixed price (auctions are not yet supported)
- Transfer NFTs from one wallet to another using OpenSea
- View collection and item pages, properties, and stats
- If you are a creator, you can edit your collection page and enjoy real-time creator earnings with up to four separate payout addresses
You’ll also find a number of convenient features on OpenSea that are not available on other Solana marketplaces.
Many Solana marketplaces require you to escrow, or temporarily lend an NFT to the marketplace when listing it for sale. When you list a Solana NFT on OpenSea, it stays in your wallet. We will never escrow your Solana NFTs.
All NFTs are displayed
Many marketplaces will only display collection items that are currently available for sale. But on OpenSea, all NFTs within a collection will be displayed, whether they’re for sale or not. This means you’ll be able to explore items within a Solana collection (not just the ones listed for sale) and you can receive and accept offers, without having to list your Solana NFTs.
Fiat Top Up
Not enough SOL in your wallet? No problem - you can buy SOL from MoonPay, a third-party provider, at the time of purchase.