Nowadays, the demand for and publicity of non-fungible token (NFT) collectibles has been high. Although the Ethereum network has always been the dominant force in this field, a large number of alternative blockchains have introduced NFT support. In recent weeks, supporters of Bitcoin Cash have been using the NFT market called juungle.net. There are many NFTs based on Simple Ledger Agreement (SLP) available for sale in the market.
Meet Juungle.net: Bitcoin Cash NFT Market
Bitcoin Cash fans have recently been introduced to a new non-fungible token (NFT) asset market called juungle.net. The market allows individuals to use Bitcoin Cash (BCH) to purchase SLP-based NFTs and can store NFTs for collection.
At the beginning, as the market was still in the Alpha development stage, the Juungle website portal only sold Waifu NFT. The news desk of Bitcoin.com reported on Waifu NFT in an editorial, which teaches people how to create non-fungible token (NFT) assets using simple ledger protocols.
In this guide, Bitcoin.com discussed a website called waifufaucet.com where people can get free and unique 2D animation art NFTs, which have been embedded in the BCH chain. Waifu NFT is sold on Juungle along with many other BCH-based NFT series.
However, there is another guide that teaches people how to create SLP-based NFTs to display artworks on SLP Explorer and Juungle Market. For example, on March 23rd, read.cash author Bien explained that he was recently inspired by a guide written by user @videogamedana. The guide written by @videogamedana shows users how to create NFTs with artworks that will be supported by the Juungle platform.
Bien detailed how he created the NFT collection called “Artcoin”, which was inspired by the appearance of stamps. Bien described all five designs he created in a read.cash blog post and linked to the products he hosted on the Juungle Marketplace on Arthur.
Countless SLP-based NFT collections are now listed
The list of SLP-based NFT collections on the market now includes NFTs such as Photoyshop, BCH.games, Zombie, Micaharts, Oilpicture, JLV, Lucivay, Torch, etc. Signing up to use Juungle NFT Market is easy. All it needs is an email address and a password, and you need to verify the confirmation email.
The Alpha version of Juungle provides users with a deposit address for adding NFTs and a customizable configuration file. The market warns users not to deposit Bitcoin Cash (BCH) into this address, and emphasizes that only NFTs can be sent to this deposit address.
If the owner uses the Juungle NFT market to sell any NFT, the wallet can provide the user with a Bitcoin Cash (BCH) balance. Users can get Juungle email notifications or subscribe to analysis. There is also a support function for those who need to solve any problems when using Juungle Market.
Juungle also has a “FAQ” section that can help people start using the NFT market. In addition, developers can learn more about Juungle by reading the published documents on the market. Currently, wallets supporting SLP-based NFT on the Juungle market include Zapit, Electron Cash (SLP version) and signup.cash.
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