At NFTrade, we are always looking to add features that will bring more value and enhance the NFT experience for project developers, creators, collectors, and all other NFT stakeholders. As we progress towards becoming the ultimate platform for NFT utility and exchange, we are pleased to introduce a new feature — asset, collection, and owner pages. These pages make it much easier to categorize and share NFTs, whether they are singular or an entire collection.
Previously, it was not possible to share specific NFTs or NFT collections listed on NFTrade across social media, a majorly important aspect in the space. Think about it, how can users see and interact with NFTs if they constantly have to surf just to find the NFT in question; this was not sustainable. With these new pages, locating and sharing NFTs is easier than ever. It also allows for the showcasing of entire NFT collections, making it easy for anyone to verify the legitimacy and contract address of a specific NFT. Forget about counterfeit NFTs, as now, it is easier than ever to differentiate between originals and reproductions.
Before the release of our asset page, it was possible to share a module of a NFT, but it was still pretty limited. A user could share the URL to a NFT, allowing others to locate it, but no other information would be shared, including the most vital aspect, the actual NFT graphic. With our new asset pages, it’s easier than ever for users to share NFTs on NFTrade, with all of the information available and populating from one place. Once a user is within a specific asset page, they can also view the collection page, taking them to the entire collection of NFTs, or the owner’s page, showcasing all the NFTs owned by a specific owner.
An NFT asset page shared on Twitter.
Collection pages offer similar utility as an asset page, but for the broader collection of NFTs rather than just a single example. There are many advantages to this new method, allowing users to easily browse verifiably legitimate NFTs.
Since anyone can make an NFT of any type, many scammers try to mint knockoffs of popular NFTs to take advantage of unsuspecting users. By aggregating all NFTs available in a collection to a single page, users can rest assured that the NFTs they are accessing came directly from the proper source.
This source page also makes it super simple to share entire collections, such as Polychain Monsters, Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs, and many more. When applied to newly launched collections, it’s a straightforward and intuitive way for developers to share everything collectively and in a single place.
An example of a shared collection page.
Finally, there is the owner page, a page aggregating all the NFTs owned by a single address. There are many essential characteristics within this page, especially when it comes to p2p NFT swapping, which can only currently occur between two parties. Through this page, it is easy for anyone to see someone else’s NFT collection, making the trading process much more fluid, with more NFTs available for all to see. In addition, when we add social features, another crucial aspect we are working on implementing, this owner page will serve as a hub where users can communicate with one another and show off their favorite pieces in their collection.
An example of an owner’s page
We hope that these new page additions bring as much value to users as we anticipate, with more feature implementations coming down the line. As far as organizing, sharing, and categorizing NFTs, the asset, collection, and owner pages make these aspects as straightforward as possible.