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What is SolSea?

SolSea is the first open NFT marketplace on Solana with integrated minting. It introduces NFTs with embedded licenses (NFT-PROs), calculates Rarity Rank for collections, supports wallet funding with FTX-Pay and Moonpay, and is regularly updated with new features.
Caution: be careful of illegitimate links. Our website is https://solsea.io/

How do I get started on SolSea?

Begin by creating a Solana wallet, if you don’t already have one. SolSea currently supports Phantom, Sollet, Solflare, Slope, Coin98, Torus and Ledger wallet.
Deposit SOL in your wallet; we recommend having at least SOL 0.2, otherwise your account may not be recognized as "valid".
Create an account on SolSea by registering with a valid email address. You will have to verify your email before your account setup can be completed.
And you're ready to go.

What wallets are supported on SolSea?

SolSea currently supports Phantom, Sollet, Solflare, Slope, Torus, Coin98 and Ledger.

Can I buy NFTs in fiat currencies like USD?

Yes, you can buy NFTs via fiat currencies either using FTX Pay or Moonpay to essentially fund your wallet. Take a look at our video guide to learn how to purchase an NFT on SolSea via MoonPay:

What features does SolSea have?

SolSea is a product of the ALL.ART Protocol and includes features such as embedded licenses for NFTs (NFT-PRO), NFT compatibility with the SPL token standard allowing all NFTs minted on Solana to be listed, a calendar for major NFT drops on Solana, the ability to mint NFTs on the marketplace, and many, many more.
We also periodically roll out new features, so keep an eye out for them!

When will SolSea enable bidding and auctions?

This feature is in the works; countdown is T-9 ;)
(i.e. Coming soon)

What are the fees on SolSea?

There is a 3% marketplace fee which occurs on every successful NFT sale. Artists can also decide their own creator’s fee (royalties).
There are NO other marketplace fees, only Solana network fees for other transactions (minting, listing, delisting, creating collections).

Does SolSea refund fees for failed transactions?

No, SolSea does not refund fees, as they are directly paid to Solana for using the network.

Does SolSea handle creators' royalties?

Yes, royalties are distributed to creators on every sale.
When you mint an NFT on SolSea, you can set the percentage of royalties you want to receive (e.g. 10%). This means that, every time your NFT is sold on the secondary market, you will receive 10% of the price set by the current owner.

Who can we coordinate with to launch an NFT project on SolSea?

Anyone can list NFTs independently on the marketplace, or apply for collection verification after they have minted it.
If you wish to collaborate with SolSea, please write to us at [email protected] or [email protected]

Does SolSea have a token?

SolSea is developed by the ALL.ART Protocol. Find more information about the AART Token here >>> https://all.art/

How is an NFT’s rarity calculated?

We scrape data from the chain and JSONs of each NFT from a collection. Then we calculate trait numbers, rarity scores, indexes, ranks…

What is Rarity Rank?

Rarity Rank is an NFT’s rank based on its rarity within the collection it belongs to. It is a number that represents an NFT’s position within the collection based on the rarity score of that NFT.
The symbol for this NFT's Rarity Rank is located in the lower left corner.

What is Rarity Score?

Rarity Score is a number that represents the calculation of how rare is the sum of the traits of an NFT. Find a more detailed description in the article mentioned above.

How can I reset my password?

Connect your wallet. On the Log In page click on “Forgot password?” positioned beneath the password input field. You will be asked to enter the email address you registered with and an email will be sent to it with reset details. From there, just follow the instructions in the email and you’ll be set.
Note that the “Password reset” email may take a few minutes to arrive and that it may not land in your inbox, so make sure to check your spam folder, too, just in case!