A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain,
that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable.
NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio and other types of digital files.
Which blockchain do you use?
How are your NFTs stored on the blockchain?
We store the metadata of each NFT directly in the first (minting) transaction.
The metadata is formatted using this NFT schema.
How do you ensure that there's only one unique Token minted?
To ensure that there's only ever one NFT, we use a special Token policy which prevents us (& everyone else)
from minting a new Token after a a certain time, right after the minting transaction.
We also regenerate this policy for each new Token and delete it right afterwards.
Where can I find my NFT in my Wallet?
Within the transaction details in your Yoroi or Daedalus Wallet you should see the NFT with the title you provided during minting.
Where can I view the image?
The image is hosted via IFPS. You can view it by adding the ifps string provided in the
transaction metadata to the following url: https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/
(without <>) or find the image in our gallery and get the url from there.
I paid but didn't receive my NFT. What now?
Please contact us directly via mail or Twitter or Telegram.
This site is still very much a beta and things can break but we'll personally make sure that you receive your NFT!
There are bugs on the page or I have some ideas on how to improve the site?
As mentioned before, this is currently a BETA, so bugs are to be expected and most of them are well known by us.
Still: Please contact us nevertheless. We'd love to hear from you! :)