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Single NFT Page
From various locations on DappRadar users can take a look at individual NFTs. You might want to take a look at an NFT after it pops up in the most recent NFT sales, or when you find it in the Portfolio of your favorite influencer. The Single NFT Page allows you to see everything you need to know about an individual NFT.
At the center of the Single NFT Page you will find the image of the NFT, the JPEG. While the name of the asset appears on the right. Below the name the page tells you how many copies there are. So in the example above, the NFT is called 'Bored Ape Yacht Club #1294' and there's 1 copy of it. Under the image you can see the name of the NFT collection and the address of the crypto wallet holding the NFT.
A little bit lower you will find a pull-down menu 'More Actions'. Clicking it will reveal various options. Depending on whether you own the NFT, the page will also show you a button to 'List Your NFT'. Let's dive into each of the functions!
- List Your NFT - Thanks to the integration of the OpenSea API users can list their NFT directly on the most popular NFT marketplace on the market. In addition this will make the NFT show up in aggregators like Genie and Gem. When listing your NFT, you will need to set a price and listing dates. Through DappRadar it's not possible to set up an auction or other types of more advanced sales mechanics. In that case it's better to sell your NFT natively on the marketplace directly.
- Transfer - Send your NFT to another wallet. Gas fees will apply.
- View on Marketplace - Check out the NFT on OpenSea, or potentially other NFT marketplaces.
- View on Etherscan - Dive into the blockchain data behind the visual representation of the NFT. This is something for the more advanced users.
- Refresh metadata - Sometimes the visuals of your NFT won't show properly. You can solve this by pressing 'Refresh Metadata'. Press the button and come back later to see whether your request has been processed.
The Asset Strength of an NFT has nothing to do with its rarity, and arguably only a little bit with its value. Instead, Asset Strength is an NFT scoring system says something about the immutability of an NFT, by looking at media storage, data storage and the smart contracts. Read more about that here.
The Single NFT page also shows on which network the NFT exists. A bit more below there's a tab that shows the metadata of the NFT, and one the unveils the trading history.
For example, here we can see that wallet 0xe0...00005 minted the NFT, and then later sold it to 0x6a...43e0 for 1.5 ETH. Then, 8 months ago, that new owner sold the NFT for 50 ETH for 0xac...cf3d, who in turn sold for 119 ETH to 0xd7...0896. This last buyer finally transferred the NFT to another wallet, 0xb6...56bd. Which is the wallet owned by Paris Hilton (parishilton.eth).