Projects are the containers for NFTs shared with you, your community, and your product.
On this page, we'll dive into the different Project endpoints you can use to manage Projects programmatically.
Projects represent a group of related NFTs. A Project is itself an NFT. For example, a Project can be a group of NFTs where each NFT is a membership pass.
There are two types of Projects:
We'll walk through the different Project types and how the NFTs in each Project type are different.
The Project model contains all the information about your Project, such as its mint address, name, and image.
Unique ID for a Project
Whether or not the NFTs in this project can be transferred
Address for the Project's mint account
Whether your Project has been confirmed on-chain
Name stored as on-chain metadata
URL pointing to the image for your Project
Description stored in the metadata for your Project
The Underdog API supports two types of Projects that affect how the NFTs in the Project are minted and the transferability of the NFTs in the Project.
Project Path Param
NFTs in a Transferable Project are minted directly to a wallet and can be transfered freely the the owner of the NFT.
NFTs in a Non-Transferable Project are lazily minted. Only when the NFT is claimed is it minted and the claimer cannot transfer the NFT.
The Projects endpoint includes endpoints to create, update, and manage the Project's NFTs.
:transferableparam is set to either
tfor a Transferable Project or
nfor a Non-Transferable Project. The
:projectIdparam is set to the Project's ID.