The popular non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace OpenSea will continue its work to expand onto other blockchains beyond Ethereum (ETH).

During his speech at the crypto research firm Messari’s Mainnet 2021 event in New York City on Monday, the CEO stated that expansion to other blockchains is a priority for the NFT marketplace going forward. The existing integrations with Polygon (MATIC) and Klaytn (KLAY), Finzer said, are steps toward a multi-chain future, but even more alternatives will likely be available for NFT collectors going forward.

Finzer admitted that OpenSea has recently “gone through a lot of growing pains,” which has caused some difficulties for users. However, the CEO promised that these issues are being addressed — naming, for instance, the new mobile app that initially couldn’t trade NFTs as an example of a product that will be upgraded to offer the full NFT trading functionality shortly.

Further in the talk, the CEO opened up about what he sees as the necessary ingredient in order to succeed with a new idea in crypto.

“We relied on conviction and worked on it for a long time,” Finzer said, adding that an important element needed to succeed in a frontier technology like crypto is to “just find a problem that you want to work on for a really, really long time.

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