Rarible fixes bugs, auctions of real homes and virtual twins, giant cities in the sandbox

NFT Market Rarible temporarily cancelled orders from OpenSea and sent a series of tweets today outlining how it plans to use new order management tools to help combat the so-called “risky sales orders” on OpenSea.

This tool is designed to help users distinguish between their active and inactive orders to help prevent their NFT from being sold by mistake, even if they Cancel OpenSea order By transferring assets to another wallet.

Part of Rarible’s business model is to aggregate OpenSea orders on its platform.

Since late December 2021, OpenSea users have noticed Loopholes This allows assets to continue to be sold on Rarible even if their assets have been transferred to a different wallet.rare explain:

“When you move the item out, the order can no longer be fulfilled. But when the item returns to your wallet, the order is active on the chain again. The safe way to delete the list is to cancel it on the chain.”

Rarible’s tool displays the order as positive or Inactive In order to alleviate the confusion about which assets are actually sold. Rarible said in an article tweet, “Active orders are now running and require most of your attention”, and “Inactive orders are orders that will become active when the NFT returns to your wallet.”

Rarible is currently the ninth largest NFT market Application radar.

Buy land near the new giant city in the sandbox

Sandbox (SAND), a metaverse platform and decentralized game virtual world Announce It will create a super city focusing on contemporary cultural icons and extend Hong Kong culture to the Metaverse

A large number of new partners who own LAND and are well-known in Hong Kong have signed contracts, including tycoon Zheng Zhigang, investment leader Sun Hung Kai, professional services company PricewaterhouseCoopers, blockchain-related investment and asset management company TIMES CAPITAL, director, producer and Actor Feng Shi, actor Shu Qi, musician Dough-Boy, game IP Little Fighter, local illustrator Dreamergo.

Sandbox plans to sell LAND on January 13th to allow users to purchase LAND outside of the Mega City hub.

The Chief Executive Officer of Yat Siu, Chief Executive Officer of The Sandbox, Animoca Brands, said:

“Sandboxes and virtual lands have indeed aroused people’s imagination and attention in this area.”

Auction real-world and virtual-world houses

One cooperate Between ONE Sotheby’s International Realty and Voxel Architects, a real house will be sold together with a virtual copy in The Sandbox.

The real house is located in Miami, USA. It covers an area of ​​11,000 square feet and has seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms on one acre of land. These houses are still under construction and are expected to participate in Sotheby’s auction in 2022. The price range has not yet been determined.

CoolWallet Pro supports NFT

CoolbitX, the maker of the crypto wallet CoolWallet Pro, announced at CES 2022 that its crypto wallet has added NFT support.

Integrated support for NFT will be available for OpenSea and Rarible NFT markets. The brand hopes to attract new users to the crypto space and introduce them to Metaverse and Play to Earn. Michael Ou, founder and CEO of CoolBitX, said:

“NFT support on CoolWallet will help seamlessly integrate the physical and virtual worlds of our users, enabling them to confidently manage and protect their encrypted assets and digital collectibles.”

NFT sales exceeded US$530 million in 7 days

Data from irreplacable It shows that the NFT market is continuing to grow wildly from 2021. Sales in the first week of 2022 totaled 530 million U.S. dollars, and the average price of each asset was 5,215 U.S. dollars, the highest level ever. Last year, NFT’s sales exceeded 23 billion U.S. dollars. Application radar Report.

The biggest sales in the past 7 days are Super rare NFT sold for nearly 250 ETH ($939,787). Bored Ape Yacht Club had the highest sales during the same period, at US$216,869.

Other good news

Digital asset manager Metaversal completed a round of 50 million US dollars of financing to help expand its NFT portfolio and investment capabilities in the Metaverse and NFT fields. This round of financing was led by Coinfund and Foxhaven.

Golf startup LinksDAO raised $10.5 million to fund its desire to purchase golf courses and develop LINKS cryptocurrency. Selling more than 9,000 “casual members” and “global members” through NFT to raise funds.