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SludgeFeed Teams With OpenSea to Introduce Blockchain Gaming Items to News Website

SludgeFeed, which serves as a well-known startup digital currencies news web portal that focuses on the blockchain and gaming niche, has announced the news about its collaboration with OpenSea, a trusted digital platform dedicated to the buying and selling of crypto-collectibles at user convenience. The integration is aimed at facilitating blockchain gaming products to the SludgeFeed website.

According to the reports, the strategic partnership between the two leading entities will allow OpenSea to give the necessary technical assistance to SludgeFeed as it helps in the creation of an efficient non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace that directly integrates into its ecosystem and content. With an aim to give a boost to the adoption of the new industrial pedagogy, SludgeFeed and OpenSea integration will render the users with an opportunity to directly enjoy access to blockchain gaming NFTs.

The NFT marketplace will be launched in the early phase of the approaching year, i.e., 2020.

Tom Stankewicz, the editor in chief and co-founder of SludgeFeed, shared his delight over the partnership by saying that

“Together with OpenSea, we aim to take blockchain gaming to new heights by enabling unique and interactive ways to engage with in-game items and collectibles directly in our platform.”

SludgeFeed’s integration with OpenSea has paved the way for the success and evolution of blockchain gaming platforms that have supported SludgeFeed in their network. This opportunity is likely to offer unprecedented opportunities to achieve marketing and revenue excellence.

The honorable co-founder of OpenSea, Devin Finzer opined that SludgeFeed, with its amazing features and attributes, is spreading widespread awareness and acceptance for the new blockchain-based gaming industry. He added that his team is overwhelmed with the increasing number of virtual assets operating on the blockchain network, including crypto-collectibles, decentralized native domain names, traditional assets like event tickets, etc.

“We’re excited to partner with a leader in the space like OpenSea to further our efforts in developing a unique media model that integrates our brand with leading blockchain games,” quoted Craig Russo, co-founder of SludgeFeed. The spearhead affirmed that the excellence of the new marketplace clubbed with the reliability of the news content will offer an unmatched user experience in the present time.

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David Cox

David is a finance graduate and crypto enthusiast. He projects his expertise in subjects like crypto and Blockchain while writing for CryptoNewsZ. Being from Finance background, he efficiently writes Price Analysis. Apart from writing, he actively nurtures hobbies like sports and movies.
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