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Mintverse, an NFT aggregator and marketplace consisting of a peer-to-peer marketplace, swap, GamesPad and Square, has just announced the launch of a new version of its NFT collection tracking solution.

According to the press release shared with iHodl, multiple improvements and additions have been made to the protocol, which paves the way for onboarding new users to the world of NFTs.

Mintverse, which aims to build new solutions and make the space more accessible, provides users with an NFT aggregator and marketplace.

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The new version of Mintverse features several important changes. For example, the user dashboard now adds new features. Users can now connect their wallets to keep track of all NFT collections and explore new collections through the same interface.

Mintverse, which has received support from major investors and partners such as A&T Capital, Mirana Ventures, FBG and Fenbushi Capital, aims to tackle current existing problems such as high gas fees, lack of monetary incentives for creators and insufficient utility for current NFT assets by implementing a variety of product offerings including but not limited to, NFT marketplace, gaming incubation, socifi, governance DAO and more.

Rene Cao, Founder at Mintverse comments:

"Mintverse will serve the BSC ecosystem by providing the largest and most aggregated NFT database. Moving forward, BSC based NFT projects, specifically gaming projects, will not need to develop their own marketplace as Mintverse will automatically aggregate all NFT assets immediately, creating a version of OpenSea for BSC NFTs. Besides this, Mintverse has already analyzed more assets on ETH in comparison to OpenSea, the largest NFT marketplace in the market. In order to create a real decentralized platform we will be rewarding users on Mintverse with 100% commission rebate, embodying Web 3.0 which we consider to be the future."

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