NFT TRAIT AND THE TRAIT SEARCH ON OPENSEA
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Recently, OpenSea announced Trait Search Feature. Thus, one can now quickly search by any trait in the collection search bar and see the matching items from a collection, along with their percent total of the overall project. Use the below link to try it out. But before that, read everything in this post.
What Are NFT Traits?
In the domain of NFT collections, NFT qualities are the building elements of so-called PFP projects. The Bored Ape Yatch Club is one of the most famous PFP endeavors of all time. Up to 7 distinct body pieces and various accessories make up one Bored Ape. Each of these components is known as an NFT trait.
PFP projects’ secret sauce is traits, which determine whether a certain NFT is regarded rare or sought-after.
NFT Trait Groups: What Are They?
The highest-level classifications of traits are NFT trait groups. They depict the various components that come together to form the final PFP character. Each NFT trait group has one or more sub-traits, each with a different amount of occurrence.
When you see a Bored Ape, for example, you’re seeing the end product of merging several different NFT qualities.
To put it another way, a PFP character is essentially a digital Build-a-Bear.
The Bored Ape NFT is made up of several sections, including a background, body parts, and accessories.
The Bored Ape Yacht Club has seven distinct trait types:
The trait groups themselves aren’t always distinct (although they can be). However, there are multiple sub-traits within each of those NFT trait categories, each with variable degrees of rarity.
What Are NFT Sub-Traits?
NFT sub-traits are a PFP character’s final-form attributes. While “body” is a trait group, sub-traits like “blue fur,” “gold fur,” and “cheetah” are visible in the PFP character’s appearance. Not all sub-traits are equally prevalent, and they play a big role in determining how uncommon an NFT is.
You’ll notice a huge number of so-called sub-traits when you open up each of the trait categories.
On the right-hand side, each one has a unique number. This number indicates how frequently this sub-trait appears in the collection.
The lower the number, the more uncommon a particular attribute is. While they have objective rarity (measured in numbers), some sub-traits are more popular than others, while not being the rarest.
So there are two forms of supply and demand at work here. Anyway, you can make a whole Bored Ape by layering different sub-traits from each NFT trait group on top of each other.
How Do You Check NFT Traits?
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