What are the types of NFT marketplace?

Updated: 24 May, 2023

3 Types of NFT Marketplaces to Be Aware Of When Investing in NFT

There are three types of NFT marketplaces: exclusive NFT marketplaces, general NFT marketplaces, and specific NFT marketplaces.

Exclusive NFT Marketplace 

Exclusive NFT Marketplace was created to purchase and trade one-of-a-kind NFTs, usually limited-edition or limited-quantity works. As a result, the NFT has a very high value in such markets.

The disadvantage of the Exclusive NFT Marketplace is the low liquidity due to the low quantities and high prices; thus, it is appropriate for collectors who want to own amazing and unique works.

There are currently popular Exclusive NFT Marketplaces such as SuperRare, Foundation, KnownOrigin, and…

General NFT Marketplace

The platform for the majority of NFTs is the General NFT Marketplace. All types of NFTs in various styles, quantities, prices, and features can be created and sold on this market. Because it meets the needs of the vast majority of users, the General NFT Marketplace is the most popular and has the highest trading volume.

Some well-known marketplaces include OpenSea, Magic Eden, ImmutableX, and CEX NFT marketplaces such as Binance NFT, FTX NFT, and so on.

Specific NFT Market

A particular NFT Marketplace is used for a specific segment. For example, it could be a marketplace for in-game NFT purchases, songs, or videos. A dedicated NFT marketplace in a particular feature makes trading assets more accessible and convenient for users. Users can also track market fluctuations and respond faster than in a traditional marketplace.

To ensure the smooth operation of the Specific NFT Marketplace, the project must have a large enough user base to encourage trading on that platform.

NFT Marketplaces are the place to begin investing in digital assets, collectibles, art, games, and so on. Choose one that meets your buying and storage needs based on the type of NFT you want to use for transactions!

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