Kraken expands NFT offerings with ten new collections for beta testers

Kraken expands NFT offerings with ten new collections for beta testers

Kraken, a world-leading digital asset exchange, has introduced ten new Non-Fungible Token (NFT) collections for beta testers to collect and trade on its recently-launched platform. 

Kraken introduces ten new NFT collections for beta testers

The ten new collections, which include a range of subjects such as gaming and social media communities, will be available both on the Ethereum and Solana blockchains. Kraken plans to continue adding new NFT collections weekly. Beta testers can provide feedback on the platform, which will be used to shape the platform before it is released globally.

Kraken has also launched a Twitter account specifically for its NFT endeavors and will announce future NFT releases on the platform. The company’s policy is to not reveal details about upcoming NFT collections until shortly before their release. Current and future NFTs can be found on Kraken’s website.

Kraken’s NFT platform allows users to collect and trade digital assets without gas fees. The company carefully selects the NFT collections it offers to ensure a diverse range of options for users. The platform has already revealed dozens of NFT collections since launching earlier this year.

Those who were not selected for the beta testing phase of Kraken NFT can follow the company’s blog and social media accounts to stay updated on the platform’s full public beta launch.

Kraken launches Kraken NFT marketplace for collectors

Last week, Krake launched Kraken NFT, a marketplace for collectors to buy, browse, and exchange non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Kraken joins other top crypto exchanges, like Binance and Coinbase, which also have their own NFT marketplaces. The launch of Kraken NFT comes alongside the release of Kraken Pro, offering clients two new services.

In a blog post, Kraken stated that it has been working on the development of the NFT marketplace since November, opening a private beta testing group to ensure a smooth user experience, design, and functionality. Kraken emphasizes that it can protect users’ funds and collections on its elevated marketplace.

Privacy has been a priority for Kraken, leading to its reputation as a secure digital exchange and earning recognition from organizations such as Forbes and CER. All collections on the exchange are vetted to filter out spam or fake collections. Users are encouraged to trust that their NFTs will be safe on the platform.

Kraken’s introduction of ten new NFT collections for beta testers is a promising development in the growing world of Non-Fungible Tokens. The platform’s commitment to continually adding new collections and gathering feedback from beta testers will help ensure a diverse and user-friendly experience for collectors. 

The launch of Kraken NFT alongside Kraken Pro also demonstrates the company’s dedication to expanding its offerings and staying at the forefront of the digital asset market. As the NFT market continues to evolve, it will be interesting to see how Kraken’s platform evolves and attracts collectors and traders.

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