With both OpenSea and NFTs taking the world by storm, it's no wonder users are experiencing transaction errors.
OpenSea, the top NFT marketplace, has recently made headlines when the marketplace reported staggering numbers in terms of trading volume that surpassed nearly $5 billion in sales. However, it isn't without its problems, with one phishing scam leading some users seeking to disconnect MetaMask from OpenSea.
Due to its popularity, the overwhelming user response can sometimes render the marketplace paralyzed with OpenSea's website reporting an unusual transaction error. Let's see how this annoying error can be resolved in a few guided steps.
How To Fix OpenSea Transaction Error
First and foremost, you should check whether OpenSea is undergoing any usual server maintenance or downtime that might be triggering the error to pop up when a user tries to access the website. To do this, we'd recommend using the OpenSea Status website, or IsItDownRightNow.
However, if this is not the case, the user can try a few steps mentioned below:
- Use different desktop browsers and see if the error has been resolved.
- Refresh funds on OpenSea by accessing the dashboard Wallet icon. Here, click on the drop-down menu to access the "refresh my fund's option". This may happen when you have insufficient funds in your wallet. Make sure you have sufficient funds to make an NFT purchase to avoid this error popping up.
- Turn off your adblocker or VPN as it might be a trigger blocking users from accessing the website.
- Connect OpenSea Support, if the problem still persists.