GameStop, an American store that sells video games, consumer electronics, and gaming goods, has opened its NFT marketplace, where gamers, creators, collectors, and other people can buy, sell, and trade NFTs.
On July 11, gaming giant GameStop (GME) opened its own market for non-fungible tokens (NFT). The new NFT marketplace will offer low prices and fast speeds.
Users can buy, sell, trade, and make NFTs in the marketplace. The marketplace has features that let users see statistics about NFTs, and it also has educational materials. Content for learning covers everything from the basics of NFT to how to connect a wallet to the marketplace.
It is a non-custodial application built on Ethereum Layer 2, and users can connect to the market using the GameStop Wallet or other wallets that work with Ethereum (ETH). In May, Cointelegraph wrote about the GameStop Wallet and what was being planned for the new NFT marketplace.
The featured NFTs, NFT creators, and NFT collections are shown on the main screen of the app. The Explore interface can also be used to look at the market in more depth. There are 236 NFT collections on the market at the moment.
Through Immutable X, Web3 games like Illuvium, Gods Unchained, and Guild of Guardians are coming to the market. Back in February, GameStop joined forces with Immutable X.
This is a public beta of the application, so users should expect problems until the full version of the marketplace is released.