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What is my NFTL?

Your NFTL is a NFT created with the NFTLatinoAmerica Canva System, this system consists of saving all the pixeled Image information into the one variable in the Polygon blockchain and creating an image into the our server to show it to the market places, all of this is made implementing a special compression program created by the NFTLatinoAmerica developers that converts and image into the one and unique compressed string, no one identic NFTL can made, this string can be called using a function see_NFT_canva() in the contract NFTLatinoAmerica- for a specific token Id and used to rebuild your NFTL when you desire or for compare an existing NFTL published with the real NFTL saved into the blockchain, this feature give to your creations an special immutability and security.

Why is my NFTL immutable?

Your NFTL is immutable due to you can rebuild your NFTL image and meta data information just calling two functions into the Polygon blockchain in the contract NFTLatinoAmerica-. The first one is to rebuild you NFTL image see_NFT_canva(). The second one is to rebuild the meta data information jsonTokenURI().

How can I rebuild my NFTL?

To Rebuild your NFTL image and Metadata you have to do the following:

Rebuild your NFTL image

To rebuild your NFTL image you have to use the function see_NFT_canva(), you just have to introduce your token Id into the function and ones you get the call data copy the information returned and paste it into the one empty HTML file then open the file with your browser and you will see you NFTL rebuilt.

Rebuild your NFTL meta data

To rebuild your NFTL meta data you have to use the function jsonTokenURI(), you just have to introduce your token Id into the function and ones you get the call data copy the information returned and paste it into the one empty JSON file and that is all, you will get the meta data information.

How do I add my NFTL to my Metamask wallet?

In MetaMask Extension

Please note that while you can add NFTs as custom tokens in the extension, you will not be able to see them natively in the UI. We are actively working on improving NFT support in MetaMask Extension; it will be available soon, and this information will be updated when it becomes available. For the time being, to manage your NFTs via MetaMask, please use MetaMask Mobile.

In MetaMask Mobile

MetaMask Mobile displays NFTs under the NFT tab. Please remember that some NFTs will not show up on the mobile app, or may not show up correctly.
We pull our NFT data from IPFS and, our 3rd party repository for all NFTs.

If your NFT doesn't show up automatically, try the following to make it appear:

  • On NFTLatinoAmerica copy the NFT's address: , On Opensea Find the NFT's address, for example, on the NFT's page under Details, there is a blue hyperlinked value labelled "Contract Address". If you click on this, it will take you to the contract's address on Polygon; at the top-left of that page, there should be an icon labelled "Contract", and to the right, a long string of letters and numbers. This is the address of the contract that created your NFT. Click on the "copy" icon to the right of the address, and you'll have it on your clipboard.
  • In MetaMask Mobile, tap on the 'NFTs' tab, scroll down and tap on the "+ ADD NFTs" link. Paste the NFT's address from your clipboard into the "Address" box.
  • Find the NFT's ID. A collectible's ID is a unique identifier since no two NFTs are alike. Again, on NFTLatinoAmerica is identified by "#number" on the top or bottom of the NFT publication, on OpenSea this number is under "Details". Make a note of it, or copy it onto your clipboard.
  • Paste the ID into the box marked "ID" in MetaMask Mobile, tap on the "ADD" button, and your NFTs should appear under the NFTs tab.