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An Asset Profile is similar to a LinkedIn Profile of a person, representing a comprehensive digital certificate of authenticity for a digital asset. It contains detailed information about the asset, including its creation and ownership (NFT) history, file information, and other relevant details. The information in the asset profile is pulled directly from the blockchain and decentralized web, ensuring the authenticity and verifiability of the data.
There are three main components of an Asset Profile.
AssetSession displays the actual content file of the digital asset, such as an image or video. Currently, it supports popular file formats, including
GIF. The file shown is pulled directly from the IPFS gateway hosted by Numbers.
Asset Informationsession provides a summary of the fundamental information about the asset. This information includes:
History Recordssection contains two key tabs: Commits and NFTs.
Commitstab displays a chronological list of all the historical Commits made for the asset, including data from the Numbers Mainnet and IOTA networks. One can click the transaction to open the on-chain record and view more detailed informatio.
The NFTs tab displays the NFT ownership history of the asset, including all transfers and changes of ownership. This information is pulled directly from the supported NFT networks, such as Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain. It is particularly useful if you would like to know the minting history on different blockchains.
To find the profile of your asset, you can follow these steps:
To view the complete history of a Web3 asset in the Numbers Protocol, you can use the Asset Profile feature. Here are the steps to access it:
- 3.If the asset has been previously registered, it will appear with the label "
Exact match" at the top of the search results. Click on it to open the Asset Profile and view all relevant information.
You can also easily access an Asset Profile by using its unique Numbers ID (Nid) in the URL. Simply enter the following URL into your browser, replacing "$NID_OF_ASSET" with the actual Nid of the asset:
For example, to access the Asset Profile for the asset with the Nid
bafybeigvqgqzob4754cqqic3wmagjak6kwhcadmhnyhs76ladkqejmc6iea," you would use the following URL: