Changelog

    Get updates on everything we ship, new features, and the rationale behind why we do what we do.

    4 months ago
    Bitcoin address support
    4 months ago
    Happy friday everyone! We are happy to announce initial support for Bitcoin addresses within STXNFT. You can now use the Bitcoin address associated with your Stacks address to send NFTs, or use the address to link to your profile.
    You should be able to see the Bitcoin address associated with a given Stacks address on their profile page.
    Please note: do NOT send funds directly to the Bitcoin address associated with your Stacks address. There are very few wallets that will allow you to access the funds if you do so.
    4 months ago
    All the NFTs
    4 months ago
    This is a very exciting update! You can now browse all assets in a given collection, regardless of their listing status. This means you can filter and sort items that have never been listed on any of the marketplaces, or when a new collection drops, see all the items at once.
    With this update, we are also introducing a new list display mode for those of you who want to see more information while browsing a collection. You can now quick-sort by table column header for ease of use.
    In addition to being able to browse and view all assets, and the list display mode, we improved the filtering and sorting options available to you. Now you are able to mix and match attributes, sort by highest sale price, last sale date, and more! We hope these improvements help you in discovering your next NFT on Stacks.
    5 months ago
    Listing price improvements
    5 months ago
    This update changes how prices are calculated when listing an NFT. Now the price you enter is the price the buyer will pay, and you will receive the amount less the fees.
    Previously, when you would list an NFT, the price that the buyer paid would be different than the price you would enter. This followed the logic that many of the non-custodial contracts implemented, where if you list at a given price, royalties and commissions would be added after the fact.
    Additionally, we've added another layer of validation to the listing flow. If you enter a price that is far below the current floor price of the collection, we're going to warn you to make sure it's completely intentional.
    5 months ago
    Better input hints
    5 months ago
    Here is another small but important change: alert the user that periods denote decimal places, rather than a separator for large numbers. If you want to sell something for 1,000+ STX, please do not use a period to indicate the amount.
    5 months ago
    Copy address
    5 months ago
    This is just a smol-quality-of-life feature we wanted to add: you can now see the Stacks address of a user who has a BNS name, navigate to their page on the explorer, and copy their address for ease-of-use.
    5 months ago
    Recent activity
    5 months ago
    Very excited about this feature -- you can now see the recent activity across all Stacks NFT marketplaces for any account. Just browse to their profile, click on "Recent Activity", and get some alpha :~)
    5 months ago
    Community page
    5 months ago
    With the addition of custom profiles on STXNFT, we wanted a way to find others who have set their profile, and to see what they're up to. So with that in mind, we give you the community page! We have lot's planned for it, but today you can browse and see who else is using the platform.
    5 months ago
    Custom profiles
    5 months ago
    Today we're excited to launch custom profiles on STXNFT. With this update, you'll be able to select an NFT you own and set it as your profile picture, which will populate anywhere your activity shows up on the site. Additionally, you're able to set a bio, website, and your twitter handle.
    Custom profiles are stored on Gaia, a decentralized storage solution unique to Stacks. Gaia allows any Stacks based app to enable user-owned storage for all their users. This means that the data for your profile is stored on your gaia bucket, which only you can write to (or folks you share it with). We're very excited about the use-cases that Gaia can provide.