MetaSanta NFT — FAQ
MetaSanta NFTs begin to roll out this week, and in anticipation of questions, we have drawn up this document. Please refer to this for common questions. We’ll update it periodically as more common questions occur.
“I Saved Christmas” NFTs
There is a special edition NFT that went to many original holders based on a contest in the first week, called the “I Saved Christmas” NFT.
Specifically who got the NFTs are those who:
- Had tokens in the original contract where trading was halted on Monday, November 22nd, so the new contract could be prepared.
- Sent those old tokens BACK to the dev wallet as instructed by 20:00 UTC on Saturday, November 27th.
These comes in four varieties — common (blue), uncommon (red), rare (green) and very rare (gold).
There were only 339 NFTs minted in the official set. The selection of which variety each wallet receives was random.
Where can I see my NFT?
The best place is in your mobile device’s Trust Wallet or MetaMask Wallet.
In Trust Wallet, normally you see a list of Tokens, but you’ll note there is a second tab next to “Tokens” that reads, “Collectibles”. Click there.
In the MetaMask wallet, the tab is called “NFTs”.
I still can’t see my NFT?
Sometimes it doesn’t show in your wallet right away.
Check to see if you received it. Go to bscscan.com and paste your wallet address in the search.
On the next screen, there is a tab in the second section which reads “Erc721 Token Txs”. Click that, and see if there is a recent transaction. If it’s there, rest assured you received your NFT. It just may not be showing in your wallet immediately.
How much is my NFT worth? Where can I sell it?
Your NFT is a “digital asset”, very similar to a token. What it’s worth is what somebody else is willing to pay for it.
At the moment, the NFT market on the Binance Smart Chain is somewhat underdeveloped compared to the Ethereum Chain. There are very few universal open markets like OpenSea. Here are two we are aware of, and neither should be considered as safe endorsements from MetaSanta:
Sales of NFTs can also be private. Be cautious when you consider a private sale. (Dishonest people could “steal” your NFT by not paying you the negotiated price after you send them the asset.)