G2A Enters NFT Space With ‘Geekverse’ Marketplace

G2A.COM, otherwise known as G2A, ventures into the blockchain gaming space with the launch of G2A Geekverse.

This NFT marketplace promises a curated selection of gaming NFTs from trusted partners, initially offering fee-free transactions on NFT sales and committing to honor royalties set by collection creators for a limited period.

G2A.COM is a digital marketplace headquartered in the Netherlands, with offices in Poland and Hong Kong.

The site is renowned for the resale of digital keys of gaming products in the digital realm.

They were established in 2010 as Go2Arena by Bartosz Skwarczek and Dawid Rożek in Rzeszów, Poland.

Bartosz Skwarczek, CEO of G2A Capital Group, expresses the company’s longstanding interest in blockchain and NFTs, tracing back to the emergence of CryptoKitties.

G2A Geekverse aims to tap into the familiarity of gamers with blockchain gaming and NFT trading, leveraging the existing base of over 25 million users.


G2A Geekverse currently supports Ethereum, Polygon, and BNB Chain.

It is currently in beta mode, and at the time of writing, has 33 NFT collections up for sale.

However, they do have future plans to introduce G2A-themed NFTs.

The roadmap includes expanding supported blockchains, facilitating fiat payments, and providing promotional tools for partners to showcase their NFT collections.

G2A Geekverse enters a competitive arena alongside crypto-native NFT marketplaces like Blur, OpenSea, and Magic Eden.

However, G2A’s mainstream appeal may attract users unfamiliar with blockchain gaming and NFTs, potentially broadening the reach of NFT adoption within the gaming community.

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