NIFTYgallery

Design and share collections for your cryptocollectibles

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With NIFTYgallery, you can organize the collectibles you own into beautiful collections that you can share on social media and Discord. With a growing supply of custom themes, it’s easy to make each collection look unique.

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Todd GoldbergMaker@toddg777 · 👀 crypto
Hey PH! I'm one of the creators of NIFTYgallery. Owners of cryptocollectibles today can’t do much with the goods other than look at them locally in their wallets. With NIFTYgallery, you can organize the collectibles you own into beautiful collections that you can share on social media and Discord. With a growing supply of custom themes, it’s easy to make each collection look unique. Each collector can also turn their Ethereum address into a full profile with their own username. Like collections, profiles can be easily share on social media and Discord. There’s a bunch of other things to discover with NIFTYgallery. If you’re interested, check out the tweetstorm I did about the product: https://twitter.com/toddg777/sta... P.S. - Here’s one of my own personal collections: https://nifty.gallery/collection...
Alessio Fanelli@fanahova · Sports fan + Engineer @ 645 Ventures.
@toddg777 Really neat. Can people import goods from any collection or is there a limited amount for now? Looking forward to trying it out.
Todd GoldbergMaker@toddg777 · 👀 crypto
@fanahova Thanks. To create a profile we verify the wallet address you want to connect. You can only create/update collections with items owned by that address.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I was just speaking with someone about this space. Some companies are attempting to sell and impart value on digital goods the same way we value physical goods, but people usually buy things (digital or physical) to (1) speculate on price (e.g. CryptoKitties), (2) show off (e.g. virtual goods in an MMORPG), or get access to something exclusive. I believe digital goods need to tap into one of those desires, and a site like NIFTYgallery helps with #2. Are you planning to add a marketplace on top of this and more community/social features, @toddg777 and @karlhwhite?
Todd GoldbergMaker@toddg777 · 👀 crypto
@karlhwhite @rrhoover Thanks Ryan! You're right -- most cryptocollectible activity has been around speculation to date. Digital goods can confer status (social signaling) and enable utility/access, but we haven't seen much on this front...yet. Commerce is an interesting angle. We'll have to see if this is something users care about for this app. There are tons of new forms of cryptocommerce emerging too which offer both buy and sell side intent (RareBits, OpenSea, Atomic Bazaar, 0x).
Devin Finzer@dfinzer · Developer
Really impressive, beautifully-designed product that leverages what’s truly new about open protocols for digital items. It’s exciting to see the pieces of this space come together and steadily bring in new audiences who might not understand the underlying technology but are attracted to compelling user experiences. I’m already starting to get excited about building up my collection of schwag: https://nifty.gallery/profile/nf... Worthy of a badge?
Todd GoldbergMaker@toddg777 · 👀 crypto
@dfinzer Thanks Devin, and appreciate OpenSea being one of our data partners. You're right. We designed NIFTYgallery to accommodate both people with cryptogoods and have a wallet/web3 browser (can create an account and collections), as well as those who don't have either (can browser and discover collections).
Rudy Lee@rlvl · Creator of Kydy, Co-Founder of VREX LAB
Really nice idea!