OpenSea is a social network where you can connect with friends, share photos, play games, watch videos, and much more. The site has over 100 million registered members worldwide.
OpenSea is a free social networking service that allows its users to create their own profile, upload pictures, send messages, and join groups.
Users can also add other users as friends or follow them.
You can earn points by completing tasks such as uploading pictures, playing games, watching videos, etc. These points can then be redeemed for gift cards.
How To Get Verified
You can get verified on OpenSea if you have at least 10 followers. This allows you to use the following features:
— Searching for people
— Following people
— Sending friend requests
— Adding people as your friend
The steps below show how to create an account and verify yourself on OpenSea:
Step 1: Go to the homepage of the website.
Step 2: Click on “Sign Up” in the top right corner of the screen.
Step 3: Enter your email address and click on “Next”.
Step 4: Select an account type from the drop-down menu. You can select either a personal or business account.
Step 5: Choose a username and password for your new account.
Step 6: Click on “Create Account” when you are done entering information.
Step 7: After clicking on “Create Account”, you should see a confirmation message stating that your account was successfully created.
Step 8: Now that your account is created, you need to go through the verification process. Follow the steps below to complete it.
Step 9: Once you have completed all the required fields, click on “Verify Profile”.
Step 10: A pop-up box will appear asking you to confirm your mobile number. Confirm the details and click on “Confirm Mobile Number”.
Step 11: In the next step, you will be asked to enter your date of birth.
Step 12: Next, you will be prompted to enter your gender.
Step 13: Finally, you will be asked whether you want to receive notifications about new friend requests. Answer Yes or No.
Step 14: When you are finished filling out this form, click on “Submit Form”.
Step 15: You will now be redirected back to the homepage of the website. From there, you can log in using your newly created account.
Step 16: If you would like to change any of the information entered during the registration process, simply click on “Edit Profile”.
Eligible Accounts For Account Verification
The requirements for verification on OpenSea include the following:
1. Accounts created by or closely involved with notable entities are eligible for review.
2. Accounts created by or closely associated with notable entities are eligible to be reviewed.
3. Accounts that have been active (buying/selling NFTs within the last three months).
Ineligible accounts for verification include:
1. Accounts created solely for purposes of spamming
2. Accounts created without any affiliation with notable entities
3. Accounts that are inactive (i.e., no activity since creation)
4. Accounts that don’t follow our Terms of Service
5. Accounts that have already had their profiles verified
6. Accounts that have been banned
7. Accounts that have been suspended
8. Accounts whose owners have violated our terms of service
9. Accounts that have been reported as scams
11. Accounts that have been locked
12. Accounts that have been frozen.
Collection Verification On OpenSea
OpenSea’s collection verification process includes two parts:
1. Checking if the person who owns the account has access to the funds in the wallet. This check is performed by sending a request to the owner of the account.
The response received is then checked against the address provided in the profile.
2. Checking if the account is linked to an external source, such as a bank account. This check is performed via a third party API.
If both checks pass, the account is verified and the user receives a notification.
If either one fails, the account is not verified.
What Is The Minimum Amount Of Tokens Required To Verify An Account?
There is no minimum amount of tokens required to verify an account. However, we recommend verifying at least 1 Ether balance to ensure that the user has enough liquidity to purchase NFTs.
Can I Use My Own Ethereum Wallet Address To Verify A New Account?
Yes! All users can use their own Ethereum wallets to verify accounts.
Is It Possible To Verify Multiple Accounts At Once?
Yes, it is possible to verify multiple accounts simultaneously. Simply sign up for more than one account and wait until all of them have passed verification.
Does My Account Have To Be Active In Order To Verify Another Account?
No, but we highly recommend that you keep your account active.
How Long Does It Take To Verify An Account? How Many Times Can I Try Before Giving Up?
It takes approximately 24 hours to complete the first step of verification, which involves checking if the user has access to the funds stored in the wallet.
If this step passes, the second step will take place, where we perform a cross-check using an external API.
The second step may take longer, depending on how many times the user tries to verify the account before giving up. We recommend trying to verify the account once every 2 weeks.
What Happens When I Attempt To Verify An Unverified Account?
When attempting to verify an unverified account, we send a request to the user’s email address. The user must respond within 15 minutes or else the attempt will be considered unsuccessful.
What Happens After I Successfully Verify An Account?
Once the account is successfully verified, the user will receive a message from us indicating that his/her account was verified.
Additionally, he/she will also receive a notification to his/her email address.
How Do I Cancel My Account Verification Process?
You can cancel your account verification process anytime by logging in to your OpenSea account and clicking “Cancel Verification”.
To conclude, you can verify your OpenSea account by following the steps that I have outlined above.
You should ensure that you have been active by buying/selling on the OpenSea marketplace prior to attempting to verify your account.
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