Hey, just looking for a bit more help about viewing NFTs on MetaMask. I’ve been trading some digital artwork as NFTs lately, and I’m using the MetaMask wallet. I’ve been told it’s one of the best and easiest ways to store and trade these tokens. But while I can view my balance and standard tokens, I’m having difficulty viewing my NFTs.
My current issue is that even though the transactions are verified on the blockchain, these NFTs aren’t popping up in my wallet. I’m pretty sure it’s not an issue with the transaction itself, because everything else checks out. Pretty frustrating, you know?
So, does anyone know how I could view my NFTs on MetaMask? Any advice on what steps I have to follow, or if there’s some setting that I need to change in order to see my NFTs there, that would be great. Cheers!
Hey, no problem at all, I can guide you on how to view your NFTs on MetaMask. First things first, MetaMask doesn’t natively support viewing NFTs. However, you can use a platform like OpenSea to view your NFTs. Just connect your MetaMask wallet to OpenSea, and you can see your NFTs there. Remember, OpenSea is a marketplace, but you don’t necessarily need to list your NFTs for sale. You can just use it for viewing your collection. I know it seems like a roundabout way to do it, but currently, it’s one of the most straightforward solutions. Hope this helps!
If you’re comfortable with using other tools, there’s a nifty extension called ‘MetaMask Snaps’ you might want to give it a try. It’s still in the experimental phase but it enables you to view your NFTs directly within MetaMask. Just a note though, as it’s still being developed, it may require you to have a bit more comfort dealing with beta products and there might be some bugs present.
As for OpenSea, that’s another good intermediary to view your NFTs as Tranquility88 has mentioned. Just be aware while connecting your MetaMask with any third-party platforms, always double-check security and never share your private keys with anyone. Stay safe while diving into the NFT world!