NFTX v2 introduces a new minting interface that allows you to easily mint a liquid ERC20 token from your NFT!
By adding your NFT to an NFTX vault you mint an ERC-20 token (vToken) that has a 1:1 claim on a random NFT inside the vault.
Unlike a non-fungible token (NFT), an ERC-20 is fungible (all tokens are the same) and this allows it to be:
- Instantly sold at an AMM (like Sushiswap)
- Pooled in an AMM to earn trading fees
- Used as collateral to borrow stablecoins
vTokens can be used to redeem a random vault NFT at any time.
Choose the NFTs from your wallet that you would like to mint to the vault. Remember, the vaults are often floor vaults and minting a higher value NFT will provide the same result as a lower value NFT from the collection.
The mint basket will show you the NFTs you have selected, their approval status, mint fee and the number of tokens you will recieve after minting.
Your NFTs will need to be approved for use by the NFTX contract before they can be minted into an ERC-20. To approve all your NFTs in this contract (i.e. the Wrapped Punks contract), click "Approve all".
Mint fee & Tokens received
The mint fee is new in v2 and will be distributed 100% to the liquidity providers. The fee is set to a default of 5%, however during the vault creation process this can be changed to any value. Once the vault is published, only the DAO is able to update the mint fees via a governance vote.
With a 5% mint fee, each NFT minted will result in the distribution of 0.95 vTokens (in this case AVASTR tokens) with the remainder distributed to the liquidity providers.
With your NFTs approved and your mint value confirmed, click the "Mint" button to generate your vTokens. Each NFT will return a single vToken, minus the mint fee.
For example, minting 2 Avastars to the Avastar vault will return 1.9 AVASTR ERC-20 tokens.
To encourage more liquidity for the vaults we allow users to avoid paying the mint fee if they choose to stake liquidity for a minimum of 48 hours.
Below shows the two options
- 1.5% mint fee and get back 0.95 vTokens
- 2.0% mint fee and get back 1 vToken
With your NFT in the basket you can choose to pay the mint fee, or bypass the fee by Minting & Staking
Choosing the Mint & Stake option requires an additional confirmation step, also shown below. This provides an overview of the number of tokens you are pairing, and the amount of ETH you need to pair for the pool.
- Pool share — the share of the fee's earned on this vault that you will get each block. In this case, it is 50% of the fee distribution.
- Mint fee — the mint fee is waived for staking your liquidity for 48 hours.
- Lock time — the length of time your position will be locked. After 48 hours you can unstake and withdraw your liquidity.
Once you have confirmed the Mint & Stake you can view the Staking page to see your positions, and the time left on your locked positions.
In v2 there are no longer any mint requests.
If you can't see an asset it will be for one of the following reasons:
NFTs that were developed several years ago did not follow the ERC721 or ERC1155 token standard. Unlike in V1, the V2 vaults now support unwrapped Mooncats and CryptoPunks.
We use the OpenSea API to list the available NFTs that you may have in your wallet. The API can sometimes take a few minutes to update. Please wait 5 minutes and if it is still not showing, reach out to us on Discord.
We currently limit the minter to scanning a wallet's first 1,000 NFTs that may be available for minting. If you have more than 1,000 NFTs in your wallet please reach out to us on Discord for assistance.
A vToken provides a claim on a single asset within a vault. In v2 we have introduced targeted redeems which allows you to choose any NFT from the vault for a 5% premium (this is the default settings, vault owners can change this value during the vault creation process).
You can buy additional vTokens from SushiSwap, and we will soon allow you to make up the additional costs with ETH directly from the App.
Some NFTs are eligible to be deposited to multiple vaults. While this is still possible in v2, the initial vaults created have moved away from multiple vaults for the same NFT and towards floor vaults.
Always check an NFT's available vaults before minting an vToken to ensure the most appropriate one is selected.