token.art Now Allows Counterparty and Dogeparty Creators to Fully Categorize Their Collections in Our App!

We're partnering with the community to build an open source collection configuration experience

We’re excited to introduce an even better way to browse Counterparty and Dogeparty NFT collections in token.art!

Counterparty and Dogeparty contain some of the earliest-known NFTs (dating as far back as 2014), with Counterparty being the trailblazer as the original issuer of NFTs on the Bitcoin Blockchain.

Screenshots showing the Spells of Genesis new collection browsing experience, from the collection list screen, to the sets/series screen, to the asset list screen, to the asset details screen

Collections, Sets, and Editions

Collectors can now browse entire collections organized by set/series or see only the NFTs they own. Also shown are the percentages of each set that a user owns.

We launched this feature with full categorization support for Spells of Genesis, Rare Pepe, Faux SoGs on Counterparty, and Rare Doge and Rare Rejects on Doge Party.

👋 Get Your Collection Added!

The lack of a consistent standard for these NFTs has inspired us to partner with the community to build a seamless, open source collection configuration experience.

Are you a collection creator or curator and would like to have your collection added to our configuration repository? Find out how you can contribute by visiting our public GitHub repo here.


What blockchains would you like to see us support next? Drop us a mention on Discord, Twitter, Instagram, or leave a comment below!

Thanks to all of the collectors and creators for your ongoing feedback, feature requests, and support.

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