Upgrading your ERC-721 NFT allows you to unlock the capabilities of Modular NFTs. You'll gain immediate access to nesting capabilities, enabling you to either send your NFT into others or receive NFTs. The collection owner also has the option to add new assets, which you may choose to accept or reject. These assets can offer different representations of your NFT.
Wrapping locks the original NFT into the wrapped collection contract and mints its Modular version. As the token holder, you can unwrap it at any time to retrieve the original NFT.
- You can send your upgraded NFT to other NFTs or send other NFTs to it. Learn more about nestable NFTs here.
- The collection owner can add new assets, which you can choose to accept or reject. Learn more about multi-asset NFTs here.
- Your NFT can be equipped to other NFTs and vice versa. Learn more about equippable NFTs here.
No, only the current holder of the wrapped version can unwrap it and retrieve the original. This means if you wrap it, sell the wrapped version, and then try to get the original back, you won't be able to since you are no longer the owner.
All blockchains that Singular is live on, which currently include Ethereum, Moonbeam, and Polygon. More networks will be added over time.
Yes, they will appear on other marketplaces under a new collection and will resemble the original one.
Before an NFT can be upgraded, the collection owner must first enable upgradability. If they haven't done this, you won't be able to upgrade your NFT.
You can view your upgraded NFTs on Singular and other popular marketplaces such as OpenSea and Blur. If your NFTs are utilizing our "SuperPowers", such as multi-assets and nested NFTs, the majority of marketplaces will only display the primary one. In contrast, on Singular, you will have a comprehensive view of all the assets, including nested and equippable NFTs.