White Hat Hacker Reveals OpenSea Plans to Integrate Solana NFTs 

March 05, 2022, 10:45 AM AEST - 3 months ago

Images allegedly leaked from the leading NFT marketplace, OpenSea, indicate that the platform may soon introduce Solana-based NFTs. The images were discovered by tech blogger Jane Manchun Wong, well known for leaking information about yet-to-be-released features from specific technology platforms:

https://twitter.com/wongmjane/status/1486072506532626432

OpenSea is the market leader when it comes to NFTs and, as it stands, supports both the Ethereum and Polygon blockchain networks. Since its inception, OpenSea has recorded about US$22.73 billion in NFT sales, with 1,358,052 traders leveraging the platform.

Wong Gets It Right Again?

Wong, who in December was also first to report that Twitter would integrate Ethereum into ‘Tip Jar’, tweeted in January that “OpenSea is working on Solana integration, as well as Phantom wallet support”. She added: “OpenSea’s Chains Filter [shows] Solana as an option.”

https://twitter.com/wongmjane/status/1486077324630302721

This discovery is not the first time rumours of OpenSea adding Solana features have surfaced. The animator and Solana advocate @bhaleyart tweeted a similar image of OpenSea’s blockchain filter in mid-November:

White Hat Hackers to the Rescue

White hat hackers, also known as ethical hackers, have been widely active of late in the crypto space. Apart from leaking information, they have saved many companies from attacks. Just a couple of weeks ago, a white hat hacker chose to accept a US$2 million bounty instead of “printing unlimited Ethereum”.

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