• Presearch integrates with OpenSea NFT search

  • Presearch, the decentralized, privacy-centric search engine, announced a partnership agreement with OpenSea, the leading marketplace for non-forgeable tokens (NFTs), to facilitate the development of a Web 3.0 ecosystem in the global public domain.

    The Presearch network is powered by a community of node operators and supporters who are rewarded with Ethereum-based PRE tokens for enhancing network activity.

    According to detailed analytics released by the company, the platform has amassed 2.7 million registered users, in addition to facilitating 3.5 million daily search requests.

    Following the integration of CoinMarketCap and now OpenSea – which has an average of 100,000 users and between $80 million and $100 million in weekly trading volume – in early October, the platform has expressed its eagerness to incorporate a number of other popular NFT marketplaces in the near future.

    In September, Presearch became the first cryptocurrency-oriented search engine to be included in the default list of new and factory reset European and UK Android devices managed by Google.

    The platform’s native token PRE – which functions as a utility token and includes keyword fixing and search incentives for registered users – soared more than 1,000% in September and mid-October, from about $0.04 to an all-time high of $0.44.

    This sizable uptick in asset value was fueled in part by positive fundamental news, such as the announcement of Android.

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