Year in Review —How was 2020 for Mintable?

2020 has been a pretty messed up year for everyone, but lets discuss what Mintable did this year.

Mintable V2.0 Launched on Nov. 30th. Since its launch we have seen a daily traffic ranging from 500–1000 individual unique visitors! These numbers can be greatly attributed to the the app’s killer features. Apart from its already existing features to aid anyone both new or experience users in creating and managing your ERC-721. This next-gen NFT Marketplace also listens to its users and has already updated and developed so much in this short time since its launch, we will be sharing with you more about its updates throughout this article!

Marketplace Numbers

So since, since December 1st we have had the following numbers:

  • 1,500 new users
  • Over 1,000 NFTs listed for sale
  • 1,000+ tokens created
  • 85 Smart contracts deployed
  • Total volume: $48,000 USD

Hundreds of orders of people buying and selling NFT’s

You can have a look at the different ‘firsts’ the platform has experienced at this article or its recent highlights of featured artworks and artist, but for the purpose of notoriety and showing you the attraction and volume this platform has already received in its very early days since launch.

Institutional support

In September, Ethereum Ecosystem Support Program has given a grant to Mintable to improve a series of functionalities for NFTs

Not much needs to be said apart from the obvious, that intuitions are also noticing this next-gen’s marketplace value to the NFT space. The platform has already made leaps and bounds to fulfilling its initial promises, and are continuingly listening to feedback from its NFT marketplace users and have already fixed bugs in an extremely timely manner and are planning to roll our more updates and developments.

Earn a percentage of the platforms earnings!

Besides all that has happened and new updates and features mentioned above what else can we be looking forward to Zach?

  • Adding a way to withdraw funds for MINT holders from the revenue Mintable makes, and split governing NFT into separate NFTs via the site directly.
  • Toggle all prices on the site between ETH and USD
  • Mintable added Coinbase wallet as one of its supported wallets
  • Hiding duplicates on the browse page to create a cleaner page for users
  • An added option to extend auctions if there is any bid in the last hour
  • Zach has also mentioned that they might be adding an option to sell physical NFTs which will allow users to sell physical items, backed with shipping and an escrow service.