In the previous article called How to Use: Crypto.com NFT Ecosystem & Marketplace we covered the following topics: what the Crypto.com NFT marketplace is, how to navigate its UI, the variety of buying and selling options, how to view a live NFT drop, and more.
What we will be covering in this article is Crypto.com’s exclusive NFT brands, Crypto.com user profile, how to send an NFT to Crypto.com/NFT, how to secure the NFT account, how to view all account activity, and how to become an NFT creator on Crypto.com/NFT ecosystem.
Crypto.com Exclusive NFT Brands & Drops
Crypto.com is known for its marketing efforts and how they attach its brand with known names such as UFC, Formula One, and Staples Center. The NFT marketplace of Crypto.com has no shortage of those big names. When the Brands section of Crypto.com/NFT is navigated, the official NFT drops of brands such as Philadelphia 76ers, Lega Serie A, IIHF Worlds, UFC, and Aston Martin F1 can be seen.
Crypto.com retains the publishing, listing, and displaying privileges of those trademarks. The brands listed in the Crypto.com/NFT brands section are the official partners of the Crypto.com company. We will be taking an example of one of those in the next title.
Example Case of Brand Contract: Crypto.com UFC NFTs
Clicking to open an exclusive brand page, essential information about the drop is displayed. Item amount, how many owners of those items have, the floor price of the current bids(named auction), and the buy now floor from someone who listed their edition as the lower price are also in this page, a neat data overview of the collection drop. Volume traded is also a signifier for a collection’s popularity on the marketplace measured by how much capital has been exchanged via trading editions.
A crypto user can arrive at their profile page from the person icon at the top-right of the page. The interface of the profile page is balanced. Users can display their social media links, such as Twitter and Instagram. They can set a profile picture of their choosing, whether a PPF NFT picture they own or their real-life picture. As we get closer to building 3.0, our social presence is signaled by the art form we choose to have ownership of that we decide to exhibit in our social media channels.
Some sections categorize the NFTs the user interacts with at Crypto.com/NFT. These sections are Collectibles, Packs, Selling, Created, and Liked. In the above picture, a button can be seen as “Deposit NFT” on the image above, which will be explained in the next title. Some sections categorize the NFTs the user interacts with. These are: Collectibles, Packs, Sold, Create, and Liked.
- Collectibles: The NFTs belong to a PFP collection.
- Packs: The NFTs belong to a group with a theme that isn’t a PFP collection.
- Selling: User’s NFTs are on sale.
- Created: The NFTs that the user has created.
- Liked: The NFTs are selected by the user. This section can be used as bookmarking for NFTs to check their status or price in the future.
Sending NFT to Crypto.com/NFT on Crypto.org Chain
As cryptocurrency ethos suggests that the NFTs minted in a platform can and should be withdrawn to a wallet address on the same network, the NFT is minted. Making sure the custody and the ownership are maintained by the user as decentralization offers. Crypto.com/NFT also allows this. As for the Crypto.com Chain, the NFTs minted at Crypto.com/NFTs can be withdrawn or deposited in and out of the Crypto.com/NFT platform.
When the user clicks on the bar on the profile page, which is “Deposit NFT,” they encounter a screen as shown below.
To this address, previously withdrawn NFTs can be deposited by entering the wallet address shown on the screen. It can also be deposited by using the QR code as well.
What should be taken into account is that, to this address, only the NFTs minted at the Crypto.com/NFT website can be sent here.
Sending an NFT to Crypto.com/NFT on Ethereum & Supported Collections
Crypto.com/NFT does not only support the native chain of its Crypto.org. The collections live on Ethereum, and Polygon can also be deposited or withdrawn on the Crypto.com/NFT platform. Although all NFTs created on Crypto.com/NFT can be withdrawn or deposited, in the case of Ethereum with Polygon, only the whitelisted collections can be utilized for this function. Whitelisted NFT collections for Ethereum can be found here. Whitelisted NFT collections for Polygon can be found here.
Becoming a Creator on Crypto.com/NFT Ecosystem
Being a creator in Crypto.com/NFT is a somewhat privileged position. If the applicant’s request is rejected, Crypto.com/NFT doesn’t allow an appeal which means the rejected person can’t apply again. This is why the applicant should take the application process seriously. But Crypto.com stated in this post that they would enable reapplications in the future.
The information necessary to apply includes the Full Legal Name, Portfolio/Website Link, and Tell us about yourself. There is also other requested information about the applicant, but they are stated as optional are: Instagram page, Twitter Page, Additional Website/Social Links.
To the applicant’s advantage, as much information they can provide would raise the chances of acceptance to the Crypto.com/NFT platform. The uniqueness of the information, along with the previous credibility provided with links, also helps.
Enhancing Security of Crypto.com/NFT Account
Security measures should be taken seriously when a person deals with digital money or assets. Crypto.com has constantly been developing attentive solutions to those needs. There are two features in the Crypto.com/NFT platform that enhances the security of the account users owns.
2-Factor Authentication: 2FA is a strong layer of protection that even an account’s password would get compromised; as long as the physical device carrying 2FA keys hasn’t been seized by the bad actor, funds remain safe.
Anti-Phishing Code: A phishing attack is when a bad actor creates a duplicate website of an official company acting like them to steal funds of the users who use the services of the legit website. Determining a unique identifier that only the user and the official website can detect is a deliberate solution that Crypto.com/NFT provides.
Viewing the Account Activity – Keeping Track of Transactions
Another advanced interface design from Crypto.com/NFT is the activity account page that can be navigated from the person icon at the top-right of the page. Purchase history, bids, transfers, and offers can be found here. Also, a payout can be requested every 24 hours from the minted sales or from NFTs that bought and sold. The analytics of the user’s accounts are aggregated here.
Collecting all of the interactions into one page helps users of the platform to keep up with the engagements their account gets. Making the used functions of the platform thoroughly comprehensible.