Why use Quantix?
For whom is Quantix?
What makes Quantix stand out
How Quantix work
Quantix platform overview
How to Use the Platform
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Quantix compared to traditional NFT marketplace.
How Quantix differentiates itself from traditional NFT marketplaces such as Opensea, Blur, Rarible or Looksrare.
Differences in value propositions and use cases:
Traditional marketplaces are focusing on 1 to 1 transactions means 1 seller meets 1 buyer and they agree on a price. Traditional marketplace usually leverages floor price offer to increase collections liquidity in order to give the seller a fast choice to sell (usually at a lower value) their NFT when they need quick cash.
Quantix focuses on 1-to-many-to-1 transactions doubling the chances of acquiring liquidity for sellers, increasing the chance to enter the market for the investors, and giving transparent price discovery for the final buyer.
Differences from a technical-structural point of view:
Quantix is 95% on-chain and 5% off-chain, this is both by choice of the creators and because of the functions it performs.
Traditional NFT marketplace has a big part of their functions off-chain.
When you should prefer Quantix to traditional marketplaces:
- when you want to sell an NFT that doesn't rely on a floor price (either because is a 1/1 piece or because has a higher rarity score compared to the floor price).
- when you do not want to sell the whole NFT but maybe just 50-60% of it
- when you have a community to involve in the sale that can buy shares of your NFT
- when you want to invest in an NFT but don't feel comfortable buying as a whole
- when you want to trade and be fully liquid
- when you want to differentiate your portfolio but don't have enough liquidity
- when you want to buy an NFT and see on-chain how it reaches the final price and be sure there was deposited liquidity to grow till that price