New changes and challenges of 1MillionNFT

Hi, community!

A lot of people have been wondering where we’ve been the last couple of days. As usual, we’re back to you with some interesting updates and news.

During the final testing of the product, we noticed that some features made it difficult to interact with.

We thought long and hard about how to improve the product and came to the need to make a few significant changes.

Increasing the value of the NFT

Previously, the NFT was generated for each pixel, therefore, in order to get a field suitable for coloring, the user had to select a quite large area.

In this case, even the minimum size of 10 by 10 pixels (100 NFTs) required several transactions and quite a lot of gas.

Now things are a little different.

We still have 1 million NFTs, but the value of each NFT increases dramatically. Now 1 NFT equals a 10x10 pixel field, making it easier for users to buy any area they like.

More space for your creativity

We were worried about the audience’s limited space for creativity. Therefore, we increased the total pixel field from 1000 by 1000 to 10,000 by 10,000 pixels.

At the same time, the general concept of 1 million NFTs per field is preserved, because 1 NFT equals a space of 10 by 10 pixels [UPDATE: 100 pixels at all].

A little of backend

Initially, we tried to work only with blockchain, without a single line of other code. But user convenience comes first, and we had to give up that principle. We want to make our NFTs enriched with metadata, make them valuable even if you have only one single item, so we are adding some elements of the backend. It will allow users to generate and store meta-information about each individual NFT, as well as load a total view of the field as an image. This will reduce the workload on the client-side and speed up the first rendering for the visitor.

It’s even easier to enter the project

After some thought, we have removed the limit on the minimum field size for buying [UPDATE: The minimum requirements for the number of NFTs have been eliminated]. Now you don’t have to buy 100 NFTs to start, you can purchase any number of NFTs, even one.

New Editor Features

Previously, in edit mode, you could only upload a picture and add a link.

The number and content of the fields are still “under construction”, but we decided to definitely add such data as title and description, which you can assign to your NFTs.

Perhaps in addition to single editing, we will add mass editing, which will be convenient for designing the areas that are close to each other.

The final number of fields will depend on the amount of gas to spend. Anyway, we will choose the best solution for the user.

Summary

We are convinced that the most functional and useful projects remain flexible.

User experience and comfort are more important to us than a quick release, so we’re willing to wait a few more days before launching. Just to make our community feel comfortable.

Let’s create a piece of art together!

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