Recently leaked images have indicated that popular NFT marketplace OpenSea might integrate Solana-based NFTs on its platform along with adding support for Phantom, a crypto wallet built on Solana blockchain.
The images were revealed by Jane Manchun Wong, a Forbes 30 under 30 security researcher, in a Tweet posted today. The leaked screenshot contained a list of wallets that are partially or fully integrated with OpenSea, including Phantom as well.
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) January 25, 2022
In addition, another screenshot revealed OpenSea’s chains filter revealing Solana as one of the supported wallets along with Ethereum, Polygon, and Klaytn. As of yet, the NFT platform has not confirmed whether it supports the Polygon chain or not.
In an interview with crypto media outlet Decrypt, Wong revealed she found the references while reverse-engineering OpenSea’s website. Since the tweet, Solana’s token SOL picked up its pace and rose to $100 at one point. At the time of publication, it was trading around $94.94, with a 24-hour price change of 5.85%.
Phantom has become one of the popular Solana-based wallets, seeing a record growth of 4,400% in just nine months of launching. As of December 2021, the wallet has more than 1.8 million monthly active users.