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What is the NFT Gallery in Exodus?
What is the NFT Gallery in Exodus?

Receive, send, and share NFTs with the NFT Gallery in Exodus! Everything you need to know about the NFT Gallery.

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Everything you need to know about the NFT Gallery in Exodus!

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What are NFTs?

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are units of data, such as images, music, and GIFs, that are stored on the blockchain. Non-fungible means that each NFT is unique and cannot be replaced.

When something is fungible, it is interchangeable - it can be replaced by another identical item. Let’s take two decks of playing cards, for example. If the design is the same, you can exchange the Queen of Hearts from one deck to another without anyone noticing.

With non-fungible items, however, such as the Mona Lisa, you can’t exchange it with another identical Mona Lisa. Even if a forger produced a painting that looked exactly the same, only the original would have value. Non-fungible tokens are similar - they are unique and distinguishable from all other non-fungible tokens. As the immortal line goes, “There can be only one.

This is because when NFTs are created or minted, they are written to a blockchain. This minting process ensures the authentication of each NFT by providing a digital signature that is used to track NFT ownership. Consider the Mona Lisa example. Anyone can replicate da Vinci’s masterpiece - you can even buy a print of it for a few dollars - but the owner of the authentic Mona Lisa is the French government.

The same concept applies to digital NFTs. Yes, anyone can right-click copy the image of a Degenerate Ape, but its ownership doesn’t transfer when you paste.

There are many potential uses for NFTs - digital art, games, virtual worlds, music, memes, and even film, living on blockchains like Ethereum, Solana, and Algorand. The metaverse awaits!


Which NFTs does Exodus support?

NFTs are supported on multiple networks and platforms in Exodus. You can see which networks are supported on each platform in the table below.

Network

Mobile

Desktop

Web3 Wallet

Ethereum

Receive, view, send

ERC-721 and ERC-1155

Receive, view, send

ERC-721 and ERC-1155

Receive, view, send

ERC-721, ERC-1155, and ERC-1967Proxy

Algorand

Receive, view, send

Receive, view, send

Receive, view, send

BNB Smart Chain

Receive, view, send

BEP-721

No

Receive, view, send

BEP-721

Cardano

Receive, view, send

No

Receive, view, send

Fantom

Receive, view, send

No

Receive, view, send

Polygon

Receive, view, send

ERC-721 and ERC-1155

No

Receive, view, send

ERC-721 and ERC-1155

Solana

Receive, view, send

Receive, view, send

Receive, view, send

Tezos

Receive, view, send

No

No

Exodus does not support non-standard ERC-721 NFT token types such as ERC-721A, ERC-721xyz, and ERC-721Enumerable. If you've sent an unsupported NFT to Exodus, please contact Exodus Support.


What is the NFT Gallery?

Your NFT Gallery in Exodus is where you can receive, send, store, and display your NFTs.

Currently, only still images will display, but you will still be able to send and receive other types of NFTs.

  • Some Solana artifacts from sites like Axie Infinity, Star Atlas, Sandbox, etc. are not currently supported in Exodus. However, If you want to interact with a Solana SPL token that is not yet supported, you can add it as a custom token.

  • On Mobile for Android, if NFTs in the Gallery is displaying the following message, “This content is currently unavailable due to outdated software. Ensure your device and browser are up to date and try again”, please update your “Android System WebView” directly from Google Play.


Here is how you can get to know your NFT Gallery in Exodus.

  1. a) Tap the Profile icon, then b) tap NFTs.

  2. This will take you to your NFT Gallery. From here, you can send, store, and receive your NFTs.


The NFT Gallery on Exodus Desktop supports NFTs on Ethereum, Solana, and Algorand.

  1. Open Exodus Desktop, a) click on the Settings icon, then b) click Apps. Next, in NFTs, c) click Install.

  2. Once installed, click the NFTs icon.

  3. From here, a) click the Gallery tab. This will take you to your NFT Gallery. From here, you can view your NFTs. You can easily identify the network of an NFT by b) looking at the network logo next to the NFT name.


The NFT Gallery on Exodus Web3 Wallet supports NFTs on Ethereum, Solana and other supported networks.

  1. In Exodus Web3 Wallet, a) click the Profile icon, then b) click NFTs.

  2. This will take you to your NFT Gallery. From here, you can send, store, and receive your NFTs.


How do I receive NFTs?

Here's how to receive NFTs to your Gallery in Exodus.

Before you send an NFT to Exodus, make to check that it's supported: Which NFTs does Exodus support?

To learn how to opt in to receive ALGO NFTs, visit: How do I opt in to receive ALGO NFTs?

Mobile

This guide will show you how to find your NFT receive address in Exodus Mobile.

  1. In Exodus Mobile, a) tap the Profile icon, then b) tap NFTs.

  2. Tap Receive NFT.

  3. To select the network, tap the dropdown menu.

  4. Select the network you want to receive the NFT on.

  5. You will see a QR code and receive address. To receive an NFT, scan the QR code or copy and paste the address in the sending platform. Your NFT will appear once the transaction is confirmed on the blockchain.


Desktop

This guide will show you how to find your NFT receive address in Exodus Desktop.

  1. In the NFT Gallery, a) click Receive NFT. b) Select the network you want to receive the NFT on, then c) click your address to copy it. You can use this address to receive NFTs.

  2. After you have sent the NFT, it will appear in your NFT Gallery as soon as the transaction is confirmed on the blockchain.


Web3 Wallet

This guide will show you how to find your NFT receive address in the Exodus Web3 Wallet.

On the Exodus Web3 Wallet, after receiving an NFT, you will need to add or hide it. Adding an NFT will make it visible in your gallery, while hiding will prevent it from showing. To learn how to view hidden NFTs jump to: How do I hide an NFT?

  1. In Exodus Web3 Wallet, a) click the Profile icon, then b) click NFTs.

  2. This will take you to your NFT Gallery. If you are receiving an NFT for the first time, click Receive NFT. If not, click the Receive icon in the top right corner.

  3. To select the network, click the dropdown menu.

  4. After selecting the network you want to receive the NFT on, you will need to send the NFT to your Exodus receive address. You can either a) scan the QR code or b) copy and paste your address.

    Make sure you only send NFTs to your receive address on the same network you purchased or received your NFT.

  5. Once the transaction is confirmed on the blockchain, you will receive a request to a) Hide or b) Add the NFT to your Gallery. Click Add.

    • Hidden NFTs will not be shown in your NFT Gallery. If you accidentally hide an NFT, you can always re-enable it, and the NFT will be visible again in your NFT Gallery.
    • For instructions on how to hide or show NFTs, jump to: How do I hide an NFT?Polygon NFTs will be added automatically. You can manually hide received Polygon NFTs.

  6. Once you have received and added your NFT, it will be visible in your NFT Gallery.


How do I opt in to receive ALGO NFTs?

The Algorand network requires that your wallet opt in to receive any ASA token, including an ALGO NFT.

Opting in to receive an ALGO NFT creates an on-chain transaction and will incur a transaction fee.

For every ASA token or NFT that you add to your wallet, your minimum ALGO balance increases by 0.1 ALGO. To learn more, visit: What is an Algorand opt-in transaction?

Mobile

This guide will show you how to opt in to receive your ALGO NFT on Exodus Mobile.

  1. Open Exodus Mobile and a) tap the Profile icon, then b) tap NFTs.

  2. Tap Receive NFT.

  3. a) Tap the dropdown menu and b) select your Algorand address.

  4. Tap Opt In.

  5. Find a) your NFT’s name or b) ASA ID.

  6. a) Search for your NFT by name or enter its ASA ID. b) Tap on your NFT.

  7. a) You can see the cost of the opt-in transaction in EstimatedNetwork Fee. b) Tap Opt In.

  8. Once the transaction has been confirmed on the blockchain, you will see a message that says Opt-In Complete. You can now receive this NFT to your ALGO address in Exodus. To learn how, go to: How do I receive NFTs?


Desktop

This guide will show you how to opt in to receive your ALGO NFT on Exodus Desktop.

  1. Open Exodus Desktop and click the NFTs icon.

  2. Click Receive NFT.

  3. From the address dropdown menu, a) choose your Algorand address, then b) click NFT Opt in.

  4. Find your NFT's ASA ID.

  5. a) Search for your NFT by its ASA ID and b) click on your NFT.

  6. Click Opt in.

  7. Once the transaction has been confirmed on the blockchain, you will see a message that says Opt-In Complete. You can now receive this NFT to your ALGO address in Exodus. To learn how, go to: How do I receive NFTs?


Web3 Wallet

This guide will show you how to opt in to receive your ALGO NFT on Exodus Web3 Wallet.

  1. Open Exodus Web3 Wallet and a) click the Profile icon, then b) click NFTs.

  2. This will take you to your NFT Gallery. If you are receiving an NFT for the first time, click Receive NFT. If not, click the Receive icon in the top right corner.

  3. Click the dropdown menu.

  4. Select your Algorand address.

  5. Click Opt In.

  6. a) Search for your NFT by name or enter its ASA ID. b) Click on your NFT.

  7. Click a) Network Fees to view the cost of the opt-in transaction. When ready, b) click Opt-In.

  8. Once the transaction has been confirmed on the blockchain, you will see a message that says Opt-In Complete. You can now receive this NFT to your ALGO address in Exodus. To learn how, go to: How do I receive NFTs?


How do I send NFTs?

Here is how you can send NFTs from your NFT Gallery.

Mobile

  1. In the NFT Gallery, tap on the NFT you want to send.

  2. Tap Transfer.

  3. a) Paste in the address you want to send the NFT to, or scan its QR code by tapping on the QR icon, then b) tap Transfer. Make sure the receiving platform supports the NFT you are sending.

  4. To exit this screen, tap Continue.


Desktop

  1. In the NFT Gallery, click on the NFT you want to send.

  2. Click Send.

  3. a) Paste in the address you want to send the NFT to, then b) click Confirm. Make sure the receiving platform supports the NFT you are sending.

And that is it! Your NFT has been successfully sent from your Exodus NFT Gallery.


Web3 Wallet

  1. In the NFT Gallery, click on the NFT you want to send.

  2. Click Send.

  3. Here you will a) enter the address, then b) click Next. Make sure the receiving platform supports the NFT you are sending.

  4. Confirm the transaction details and click Send.

  5. Your transaction has been sent! To finish, click OK.


How do I view my NFT transaction history?

Here is how you can view your NFT transaction history.

Currently, only transaction details for Ethereum and Solana NFTs can be viewed on Exodus Mobile and Web3 Wallet. For Desktop, NFT transactions will appear as normal send and receive transactions.

Mobile

Currently, only transaction details for Ethereum and Solana NFTs can be viewed. NFT transactions on other networks will appear as normal send and receive transactions.

  1. Open Exodus Mobile and a) click the Wallets icon, then b) select the primary asset of the network you want to view your NFT transaction history for. For example, to view your Solana NFT transaction history you will need to select Solana.

  2. Scroll down and tap the NFT transaction you want to view the details of.

  3. You can then review your transaction details, such as the collection name and token ID, network fees, transaction ID, and more.


Web3 Wallet

Currently, only transaction details for Ethereum and Solana NFTs can be viewed. NFT transactions on other networks will appear as normal send or receive transactions.

  1. Open Exodus Web3 Wallet and a) click the Profile icon, then b) click NFTs.

  2. This will open up your NFT Gallery. Click the History icon in the top right corner of your NFT Gallery.

  3. You will now be able to see your NFT transaction history. Select a transaction to view its details.

  4. Your NFT transaction details can include a) the name of the website, b) the sender's address, c) the transaction ID, d) the network, and e) the transaction fee.


How do I hide an NFT?

Have an NFT that you don't want displayed in your NFT gallery? Here is how you can hide NFTs on Exodus Mobile and Web3 Wallet.

Currently, hiding NFTs is only supported on Mobile and Web3 Wallet.

Mobile

  1. In your NFT Gallery, tap on the NFT you wish to hide.

  2. Tap the Hide NFT icon.

  3. To confirm you want to hide the NFT, tap Hide.

  4. To view all your hidden NFTs, go to the NFT Gallery. then tap on the Filter icon.

  5. Scroll down and a) tap Hidden to filter by hidden NFTs, then b) tap Apply.

  6. If you want to re-enable a hidden NFT, tap the Show NFT icon, and the NFT will be visible in your NFT Gallery.


Web3 Wallet

  1. In your NFT Gallery, click on the NFT you wish to hide.

  2. Click the Hide NFT icon.

  3. To confirm you want to hide the NFT, click Hide.

  4. You can view all your hidden NFTs by going to the NFT Gallery and selecting the Hidden NFTs filter.

  5. If you want to re-enable a hidden NFT, click the Show NFT icon, and your NFT will be visible in your NFT Gallery.


How do I set a custom price for my NFT?

Currently, setting a custom price for an NFT is only supported on Web3 Wallet. Setting a custom price for your NFT does not affect the total balance shown in your portfolio.

By default, the displayed value of your NFT is based on the collection's floor price. The floor price refers to the lowest-priced NFT within a collection.

If you'd like a different price displayed, you can set a custom price for your NFT.

Web3 Wallet

  1. In your NFT Gallery, click on an NFT to set a custom price.

  2. Next to Custom Price, click Add.

  3. a) Enter the custom price and b) click Save.

    The custom price is based on the primary asset of the network the NFT is on. For example, the price of an Ethereum NFT is shown in ETH, and the price of a Solana NFT is shown in SOL

  4. If you want to remove the custom price, a) click Reset, then b) click Save.


How do I share NFTs?

When you share your NFT, you are sharing a link to view your NFT on a block explorer. This allows other people to view your NFT, but it doesn't transfer ownership. You can also copy the link and paste it into a browser if you would like to see the details of your NFT on the blockchain.

Here is how you can share NFTs from your NFT Gallery.

Mobile

  1. In your NFT Gallery, tap on the NFT you would like to share.

  2. Tap the Share icon.

  3. You can a) select where you would like to share the link or b) tap Copy to copy the link to your clipboard. Then you can share it manually or paste it into a browser to see your NFT on the blockchain.


Desktop

  1. In your NFT Gallery, click on the NFT you would like to share.

  2. Click the Share icon. This will copy the address URL.


Do I have to pay a transaction fee to send my NFT?

You will have to pay a transaction fee when you send your NFT, because sending an NFT creates an on-chain transaction.

The transaction fee will be paid in the primary asset of the network that the NFT is on. For example, Solana NFT transaction fees are paid in SOL, and Ethereum NFT transaction fees are paid in ETH.

If you don't have enough crypto in your wallet, you will receive a message that you will need to deposit more of the primary asset to pay the transaction fee.

Mobile

Desktop

Web3 Wallet

To fix this, you can receive crypto from another wallet, buy crypto in Exodus, or trade for the crypto you need with the in-app swap.

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