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OpenSea Plans to Support More Networks and Languages ​​to Expand Global NFT Ecosystem

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OpenSea will add more network and language support in 2023 to expand the global NFT ecosystem. In the coming weeks and months, OpenSea will add support for more languages, including Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Korean, Japanese, French, Spanish and German. OpenSea said it firmly believes that NFTs are foundational technology that will eventually underpin thousands of use cases and industries. OpenSea will focus on solving problems that limit the application of NFTs, such as technological innovation, patience, and language differences. From the fourth quarter of 2022 until 2023, the core of OpenSea’s attention will turn to Expansion, which aims to build a globalized NFT ecosystem so that people can interact with NFTs across chains, languages, and more vertically.

BingX’s Bitcoin Chart

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Bitcoin is up 4.74% over the last 24 hours and rose to an intraday high of $19,533.17. Bitcoin dropped below the immediate support at $18,626 and reached $18,126 on Sept. 21, but the price has recovered back to $19,000 over the last 24 hours, showing strong buying at lower levels. Buyers will attempt to push the price above the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) ($19,904) to establish a relief rally. However, If the price turns down from the 20-day EMA, the bears will again try to pull the pair below the strong support zone between $18,626 and $17,622. 

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