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Protected: How Does The onXRP NFT Launchpad Work

This step-by-step guide is meant to help projects better understand onXRP’s launchpad procedure. If there are any questions left unanswered after reading this guide, do not hesitate to contact us on our social channels.

The onXRP launchpad is a comprehensive platform that allows projects to launch their NFT collections through two methods: random mint or non-random mint.

Random Mint – An individual mints an NFT using XRP, OXP, or a custom IOU token in exchange for a random NFT of a collection. This method is generally preferred by larger collections that have been created with a rarity distribution backed by metadata.

Non-random Mint – This is when the complete collection of an NFT project is visible to the entire community and offered for the same minting price. In this case, buyers can choose which NFT they would like to purchase rather than minting one at random. This method of minting is more suitable for smaller collections of unique artworks: paintings, photographs, music, or other collectible art.

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You must fill in this launchpad application form.

Once reviewed and accepted by the team, you and your project will be contacted by the onXRP team.

A clean wallet is a wallet to which nobody but the owner has the keys. Not only should the wallet contain a small amount of XRP (about 200 XRP should suffice), but it should also contain minimal transactional history. Most importantly, the wallet should have never issued an NFT before.

No. Multisign only enables the onXRP backend to issue the NFTs with your issuer wallet when users mint it. This omits the need to sign every transaction manually.

No. The onXRP launchpad will mint your NFTs on demand, meaning that we will not pre-mint your entire set (also known as a lazy mint), but rather mint the NFT every time a user exchanges it for XRP, OXP, or a custom IOU token.

Yes, but not under the same collection name. A project can use different currencies to mint its collection (e.g. XRP & a custom IOU token). However, when doing so, the project will have to issue two separate listings under two different collections.

onXRP uses the universal JSON metadata format. However, we also support the XLS-24d structure.

onXRP accepts, JPG, PNG, and GIF files.

To upload your NFTs and metadata correctly, you must upload a ZIP file containing a folder with both your artworks & metadata files (e.g. JSON) numbered & titled at a ratio of 1 to 1. For example, if your series is 10,000 NFTs, it must contain a folder with 10,000 NFTs named and numbered 1 to 10,000, along with another folder containing your JSON files named and numbered 1 to 10,000.

onXRP supports a maximum size of 25MB per NFT.

Yes. You can do so by redirecting to the animation_url in the metadata file and uploading it to IPFS yourself. However, this will not be shown as an MP4 on the front end on version 1 of the onXRP NFT Marketplace. We advise using a GIF of the MP4, since GIFs are supported by the UI. The GIF would then be under the "image" field in the metadata.

onXRP recommends that you do not blackhole your NFT issuer wallet before the launch of Hooks. If you blackhole your wallet before this amendment goes live, your metadata will be locked, and you may lose any of the royalties gained post-blackholing of your wallet.

Yes, however, the rest of your collection will automatically be minted to the issuer’s wallet. The launchpad page for the NFT project will subsequently close as well as the Multisign connection disabled.

Bastiaan van Roekel
Bastiaan van Roekel