Total number of tokens — 5,000
Tokens withheld from sale — 50 (giveaways, marketing and team)
Price per token — 0.02 ETH
Giving back — 50% of ETH collected during minting (50 ETH) will go to charites chosen by community
Token type — ERC-721
Blockchain — Ethereum
File hosting — Web / IPFS
Royalty fees — 4% (2% for creators & 2% for the Royalties Club)
Max number of traits — 9
Number of attributes — 192
Satoshibles Provenance Record
Each Satoshible token ID is assigned to a unique artwork image.
To keep the initial sale fair, token images remain "un-published" until their corresponding token ID has been minted. After all 5000 images were randomly generated, a SHA-256 hash was taken of each individual image and an ordered list of hashes was stored on IPFS as a JSON file. Since the link to the JSON file has been "locked" directly in the smart contract, the original order, as well as the images themselves, can be proved.
To see the JSON file, you can use the provenanceURI() method on the smart contract or visit it directly here: ipfs://Qmf75LFacib9JdpYBfLvUHFRJz3F9FuQznuxD9V5W2MESx
Where can I get my image?
As soon as you have minted your tokens, the images for the ID's of the minted tokens will be published. You will be able to get your token ID's from the transaction on Etherscan. With each ID you will be able to visit the token page on this website to get your image:
For example, a token with an ID of 27, can be seen here: https://satoshibles.com/token/27
What happens after the initial sale?
Once all 5000 Satoshibles have been minted, the smart contract will not be capable of minting any more. At this time, we will "end the sale" and then publish the IPFS links.
The smart contract will only allow the IPFS links to be set once, this is an added security benefit for token holders.
The following links will be available:
- A link to the NFT image directory stored on IPFS.
- A link to a JSON file stored on IPFS, containing the metadata (attributes, etc.) of all tokens.
- A link to a "collage" of all 5000 Satoshibles, also stored on IPFS.
Note: This page will be updated as soon as these links are available.