NFTs have officially blown up and exploded into the mainstream of the digital world. That means that there are a ton of online marketplaces that allow you to buy, sell, and trade digital content. Whether it’s art, music, online games, or collectibles there is a marketplace for everyone out there. This list should help you figure out the marketplace that best suits what you want to collect.
1. Axie Infinity
Axie Infinity is actually a game, as well as a marketplace. The game has collectible Axie creatures that are unique and can be bred for optimal stats. Players can participate in Axie battle tournaments and win prizes – the competitive aspect keeps players interested in buying. Collectors can purchase Axies from eggs or at various stages of their lifespan, which can affect the price.
2. Nifty Gateway
Nifty Gateway sells crypto art called “nifties”. They release works in “drops”, which is modelled after the concept of limited-edition sneaker drops. They have found success with artists and art collectors who are interested in exploring the digital space.
Rarible is a marketplace for digital collectibles. They sell not only art but also plenty of collectible cards, digital figurines, and even more. This site has less of a focus on buying and selling normal works of art but is the place to go for those of you that like rare collectibles.
OpenSea says that they’re the first and largest marketplace for blockchain-backed digital goods. They have been in the space for a long time and have built up a certain level of trust and openness with the community. They sell every kind of NFT including art, domain names, trading cards, collectibles, and more.
5. NBA Top Shot
NBA Top Shot is actually an officially-licensed he NBA. This NFT marketplace features iconic moments from throughout the history of basketball. It’s one of the most popular places to buy and sell NFTs and has cornered the digital collectibles market. Their “moments” are multi-angle videos of iconic plays in NBA history, but thanks to the value they are popular among sports fans as well as investors.
Sorare, much like NBA Top Shot, is a sport-specific marketplace. In this case, it’s fantasy soccer. Players can buy, sell, trade, and manage their virtual soccer team. It gives users the chance to collect their favorite players or compete for prizes with the fantasy soccer game.
SuperRare is an art-centric NFT marketplace that lets you showcase your collection and share it with the world. They have a wide variety of art styles and mediums, so there’s a little something for every kind of art collector.
8. Atomic Assets
AtomicAssets is a marketplace for trading collectibles, with a focus on trading cards. Their tools also let creators tokenize and create their own digital assets.
Decentraland is a little bit different than the other marketplaces we’ve mentioned because it’s actually a game! This virtual world is made up of areas owned by users who can make these spaces whatever they want. The marketplace consists of in-game cosmetics as well as land areas and homes.
10. The Sandbox
The Sandbox is an NFT marketplace that sells voxel assets for games. It helps game creators use community-created assets and those asset-builders can make money from their work. They even have their own currency, called SAND, which can be used to buy these assets.
Another cool platform to check out is Foundation.