Singular is an Modular NFT marketplace that allows users to buy, sell, and trade both regular and advanced NFTs. Users can create and/or connect a wallet, browse digital items, and securely conduct transactions using blockchain technology.
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are unique digital items that represent ownership of a specific item or piece of content. They are valuable because they provide proof of ownership, scarcity, and authenticity. NFTs can represent anything from digital art to virtual real estate, and their value can increase based on demand and perceived importance.
NFT 1.0 represents the first generation of NFTs that primarily focus on single digital items. Modular NFT expands on this concept by offering advanced features such as:
On Singular, you can find a wide range of digital items, including art, collectibles, gaming items, virtual real estate, and more. These assets can be basic NFTs or advanced Modular NFT tokens, such as Multi-Asset, Equippable, Soulbound, or Nested NFTs.
To create and mint NFTs on Singular, follow these steps:
To buy, sell, or trade NFTs on Singular, you first need to connect a compatible cryptocurrency wallet. Then browse the marketplace to find the NFTs you're interested in, and follow the prompts to complete your transaction. To sell, list your NFTs for sale on the platform and set your desired price or auction terms.
Singular accepts cryptocurrency payments facilitated by cryptocurrency wallets. The supported cryptocurrencies depend on the network the user is connected to. Currently, Singular accepts GLMR and xcRMRK for buying and selling NFTs, as it is deployed on the Moonbeam Network. As new networks are added, the native cryptocurrencies or tokens of those networks will also become available for use on Singular. Follow us on X (Formerly Twitter) to be notified when new tokens are available.
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Because Singular is a Web3 product, there are no accounts. Instead, to use Singular, you need a cryptocurrency wallet like Metamask, Talisman, or similar.
Singular currently supports Talisman, WalletConnect, and MetaMask wallets for connecting, minting, and trading NFTs. The Singular team is actively working on integrating more wallet options in the future to provide users with a broader range of choices for a seamless experience on the platform.
Singular accepts various cryptocurrencies for buying and selling NFTs, depending on the network you are using. Currently, Singular is available on Moonbeam, which allows users to utilize GLMR and xcRMRK tokens.
All NFTs on Singular are designed to be cross-platform compatible, meaning they can be used in various platforms, games, or metaverse environments. This is because they are created on RMRK’s versatile and forward-compatible NFT standards.
A verified collection is one that the RMRK team has meticulously evaluated for its uniqueness and exclusivity to our platform. Although verification provides an elevated level of trust, it does not equate to an absolute guarantee of trustworthiness.
The RMRK team curates collections using a democratic system, where each team member has a vote. To be up for consideration, a collection should meet the following requirements:
The team is working on a more community-driven curation process for the future.
To report bugs use the bug-shaped button at the footer of your Singular page. This will pull up a ‘Share Feedback’ button at the bottom of the screen. Click this button and report your bug.
To suggest feature requests, go to our Canny page to do so.
By locking a collection, you are setting the maximum number of NFTs in that collection to its current size, preventing any more NFTs from being minted. This is only applicable to unlimited collections and limited collections that have not yet reached their maximum supply limit.
When you hit the "Inspect" button, it takes you to a page on the Crust network where you can see the locations of different servers (called "nodes") that are currently storing this IPFS hash, a unique identifier for your NFT. This shows you how widely accessible your NFT is to the public. On the same page, you can also click on "Open file" to download your NFT's media file in its original quality.
Right now, the only way to mass mint is through code. However, we are building a user interface to make this feature available to everyone.
No, it is not possible to edit an NFT or collection's information once registered on-chain. Please be careful when minting.
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