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How does JPG work?

JPG is a NFT curation platform that allows users to create exhibitions of NFTs. Exhibitions can be serious and educational or fun and whimsical, supporting any type NFT (regardless of whether you own it) from art to gaming assets. These exhibitions live on JPG's open database, though we have plans to export the data to decentralized platforms.

What blockchains does JPG support?

Currently, JPG only supports Ethereum based NFTs, though we plan to support additional L1 and L2 assets in the near future.

Who can be a curator on JPG?

Anyone can be a curator on JPG, though in the first couple weeks of beta testing, we will require a request to be added to the allowlist via discord or typeform. Collectors can use exhibitions to organize their collection, creators can use exhibitions to make finding their minted works easier, and curators can show off their expertise.

What do I need to have in order to curate (eg. wallet, ETH)?

Curating on JPG currently only requires an ethereum address to sign in.

Do I have to own a work to curate it?

No, since you are just uploading the tokendata, not the NFT itself.

Do I need to ask for the permission of the collectors or creators to curate their NFTs?

Depending on the context, some collectors and creators may appreciate the gesture, but it is not necessary at the protocol level.

Can I curate several exhibitions at the same time?

Yes, you can create as many exhibitions as you would like from a single address.

What happens if the NFT I want to curate is already showing in another exhibition?

Not a problem! A specific NFT can be curated as many times as curators want to include it.

Can I sell my owned NFTs through JPG?

JPG has deprecated its on-chain marketplace functionality for the time being.
Do you have more questions? Reach us out on Discord.