A new social NFT marketplace for the metaverse has officially launched to the public.
The Vancouver-based Orderinbox, features a social component, which it claims is unlike any other NFT marketplace. With a swarm of marketplaces flocking to this new space, Orderinbox wants to stand out as the go-to platform for creators and brands looking to get into the metaverse without any complicated jargon or barriers.
According to the BC startup, creators benefit “from increased visibility of their digital creations through Orderinbox SNFX™, which relies on built-in smart network effects.” The marketplace’s design allegedly ensures that every creator’s profile and work gets a fair chance of being discovered by potential collectors.
“Our goal with Orderinbox was to remove the barrier to entry for NFT curious creators and brands,” says CEO Dogu Taskiran. “We also wanted to offer those who had already established themselves in the space an easier way to connect with their communities.”
The goal, according to the company, is to make creating and selling NFTs easy and accessible to anyone who wants to participate in the creator economy, regardless of language or geographic location.
Orderinbox’s features include:
- Community Curation: The marketplace showcases trending NFTs, increasing discoverability
- Social Feed: Social profiles include marketplace activity and engagement features
- 1-Click NFT Creation: Minting an NFT is as easy as creating a social media post.
- 1-Click NFT Listing: Fixed price or reserve auctions are supported in ETH and MATIC cryptocurrencies
- Multi-Chain: Launching on Ethereum and Polygon
- Multi-Wallet: Connect to the platform using MetaMask or cryptocurrency wallets
- Multi-Lingual: The platform will soon be available in seven languages
Orderinbox says it has plans to expand the platform internationally. Taskiran’s vision is to bring the metaverse to the masses.
“Our long-term plan is to shift ownership of the platform to users with a roadmap that includes features that represent, compensate, and reward the creators behind its success,” Taskiran said.