Frequently Asked Questions on Mintbase
No sorry. We are working on adding a notification system to warn when an offer has been set and is about to expire.
The expiration time is fully adjustable on the smart contracts side, but since it's just the start, we want to keep the features limited to battle test. In the future we can offer adjustable expiration time.
A storage (or "state") deposit is a staking mechanism that incentivizes NEAR network participants to store the record of your listing on the blockchain for as long as it is needed.
Once your token is no longer listed on the market, the storage deposit is no longer required and returned to you. For more information on, you can read more about Storage Staking on NEAR Protocol.
You can sell the NFT on whatever platform you like as long as it follows the NFT standard. Even if you decide to build your own platform, later on, your NFTs can be sold and resold there. NFTs are interoperable.
For now, we don't support fiat payments. However, if you're listing your tokens on other platforms, they can decide to integrate fiat (credit card) payments or other cryptocurrencies.
As long as NEAR and Arweave survive (where your token is stored) your token will survive. Arweave stores data for over 100 years.
We allow some variants of NSFW content, but will not support it on our UI as an easy-to-find element. All content needs, however, to abide by our Terms of Service.
No, you can only use the testnet NFTs on the testnet auction and not on the mainnet.
You can easily include a PDF with the NFT. Just keep in mind that this PDF can be viewable by anyone.
2.5% on every sale
No, there's no fee.
You will be able soon to pay for your own NFT storage on arweave and mint files as large as you want. The current file limits are temporary while we figure out the best way to implement this.
After you mint the NFT it cannot be edited at all. The blockchain is immutable. The solution is to burn your tokens and mint them again with the correct information.
Notifications are opt-out. You can disable each one of them on your Notifications page (https://mintbase.io/notifications)
Ethereum is another blockchain and they stay where they are, on the Ethereum chain. Once we figured out interoperability between chains, there may be a way to transport ETH NFTs (ERC-721) to NEAR and NEAR NFTs (NEP-171) to Ethereum.
No, not yet. You can currently only transfer tokens from one NEAR wallet to another wallet address.
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