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Can you list the same NFT on multiple marketplaces

Can you list the same NFT in multiple NFT marketplaces? The short answer is Yes. But there are aspects you must consider before deciding to do so. You want to sell your NFTs and make money. You want to avoid the hassle of managing multiple marketplaces and avoid listing fees. You think you can just list your NFT on your own website, but that isn’t allowed by most marketplaces. So, what are your options?

This blog explains all you need to know about listing your NFT collection on several NFT marketplaces. I’ll answer the question in detail and then highlight some downsides to doing this. In order to overcome these issues, I’ve also listed some best practices to follow if you decide to sell your NFT on two or more platforms.

Can I list an NFT on several different marketplaces?

Yes, you can list an NFT on several different marketplaces. However, there are a few issues that arise if you choose to do so. If your project is in more than one marketplace, it will be harder for buyers to find and purchase your assets because they may have to search multiple marketplaces for them. Additionally, as more people begin trading on these new exchanges, there could be an issue of trust with any given cryptocurrency exchange because not everyone has experience with each platform yet.

Finally, by listing your NFTs in different exchanges that aren’t necessarily familiar with each other (or even similar), there’s a chance that they won’t share data or otherwise work together effectively during transactions involving those assets

—you may even have to send the same asset to multiple exchanges, which can be time-consuming and expensive. If you’re looking for a way to list your NFTs on multiple exchanges, there are a few options available. The most popular is an ERC721-compatible wallet that allows users to store their assets in one place while also allowing them access to any other compatible wallets as well

as the ability to trade their tokens directly from the same place. An example of this is OpenSea, which allows users to create a single account for storing and trading any ERC721-compatible NFTs. Alternatively, you could also consider using an ERC721-compatible exchange instead of listing your NFTs on multiple marketplaces that aren’t necessarily compatible with one another.

Is it even worth it to list on multiple marketplaces?

Before you can decide if it’s worth listing your NFT on multiple marketplaces, let’s talk about how to choose the marketplaces on which to list your NFTs.

There are several factors that come into play here:

  • Which marketplaces do your target customers use? Do they use the big ones like OpenSea, Rarebits, and Open Bazaar? Or are they more likely to be found in smaller niche sites like NFT Marketplace?
  • What platforms does your game run on? Is it a mobile game or a desktop one? Mobile games probably benefit from being listed across all the major NFT platforms (OpenSea, Rarebits, etc.) while PC or console-based games might gain more traction with a selective set of options like CoinMetro and Cryptobanker.
  • What kind of budget do you have for marketing this NFT? How much money would it take for someone else to list your card at their marketplace instead of doing it yourself?

If you’re looking for instant results, it might make sense to list your NFT at multiple marketplaces. But if you have a limited budget and want to maximize your return on investment, you might want to focus on just one or two platforms instead.

Problems that may arise when listing the same NFT on multiple marketplaces

There are several things to consider when listing an NFT on multiple marketplaces.

  • Listing fees: Each marketplace will charge a listing fee, which is usually based on the price of your item. For example, if you’re selling a rare item that costs $20 and is listed on one marketplace for $10 in commissions and another for $5 in commissions, then it makes sense to list your item on the marketplace with a lower commission rate.
  • Listing time: Depending on how long it takes before your listing becomes live can impact whether or not you should sell your NFT to one or more marketplaces. For example, if an item has been listed for 2 months but hasn’t sold yet (despite being listed at a very reasonable price), then it might be worth considering other options instead of waiting longer than necessary to sell something online.
  • Marketplace commissions: You may also want to consider how much each individual marketplace charges when selling an NFT because some marketplaces offer better rates than others depending upon how much money they make from their users’ activity within each platform’s ecosystem (or other factors). If someone buys an item from one site and sells it elsewhere later down the line without ever using any features provided by that particular website/application provider, then this could affect his reputation score over time as well as lead toward potentially losing more money than expected due to hidden costs associated with selling things online such as shipping costs etcetera.”
  • Impact on your project’s credibility and trust: Listing an NFT project on several marketplaces mixes things up, and this will cause collectors to lose trust in your project, as there are so many NFT scammers in the space. The primary reason for this is that they will notice that the NFTs are selling for different prices in these marketplaces.

If you’re selling an NFT, then it’s worth considering how this may affect your project in the long run. For example, if someone buys an item from one site and sells it elsewhere later down the line without ever using any features provided by that particular website/application provider, then this could affect his reputation score over time as well as lead toward potentially losing more money than expected due to hidden costs associated with selling things online such as shipping costs etcetera.”

Best practices for listing an NFT in multiple marketplaces

When you’re considering listing an NFT in multiple marketplaces, it’s important to consider the following factors:

  • Listing fees: Although there are some NFT marketplaces without gas fees, most charge a gas fee. Some platforms have a flat fee for listing your NFTs. Others charge fees based on the total value of your listing. Some may even charge a monthly subscription fee to list your assets on their marketplace.
  • Marketplace fees: Each marketplace has its own way of calculating fees, based on the total sale price or transaction volume of each sale. For example, some marketplaces only charge a small transaction fee when you sell an asset while others charge a percentage of each sale made through their platform. It’s important to research this information before making a decision about which marketplace would be best for selling your assets!
  • Listing time: Different marketplaces have different requirements for how long it takes them to approve new listings before putting them up for sale; some require weeks or even months! There may also be restrictions around how many items can be listed at one time (such as “no more than 10″) which could delay the process further if all other steps are followed correctly but fall short here due solely because too many items were submitted together instead of spaced out evenly over time.”
  • Listing security: Some marketplaces are more secure than others, which can be important for buyers who worry about the safety of their personal data. For example, some marketplaces make use of a multisig escrow system which requires multiple signatures from both buyer and seller for funds to be released. Other platforms may offer additional security measures such as two-factor authentication or allowing users to create anonymous accounts.
  • Type of NFT project: There are several NFT marketplaces and platforms, and each is different. Some NFT marketplaces are more suited for arts and others for real estate or even music. The marketplace in which you list your project can determine its success.


Transferring NFTs from one marketplace to another

Yes, you can transfer an NFT from one marketplace to another. The process is simple and straightforward. In fact, it’s just like transferring any other digital asset that you have in your possession; the only difference is that you’ll be doing so for non-fungible tokens instead of ERC-20 tokens. This means that it will take place on a blockchain rather than a centralized exchange platform like GDAX (formerly Coinbase). It also means that there will be no third parties involved in the process—everything happens directly between users via smart contracts.

Can you sell NFTs on your own website?

You can use the same NFT on multiple marketplaces, but there are some hurdles you will need to overcome.

First off, you will need to use a blockchain wallet and/or payment processor that supports multiple marketplaces. The most popular option is Metamask and Coinbase Commerce (which integrates with Metamask), but there are others like Ripio and Civic.

Next, you’ll need to perform KYC/AML checks on every customer who buys an item from your website. If they don’t pass these checks then they won’t be able to successfully buy an item from your store!

Finally, make sure that your site complies with all local regulations before listing any items for sale!


NFTs are a great way for developers to help monetize their games and keep them running, but they also come with some risks. The best way to avoid these pitfalls is by doing research and planning ahead of time. If you want to make sure your game has the most success possible on multiple marketplaces, then consider hiring someone who knows what they’re doing!

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