Listing Criteria
How can my project be listed in NFTGO?
NFTGO has strict standards for the listing of NFT projects to ensure that the data provided by NFTGO is a factual and accurate reflection of mainstream NFT market trends.
    For present, NFTGO only supports access to Ethereum projects, and will extend to multi-chains in the future.

Assessment Framework

NFT Protocol Standards
The projects must issue their NFT using a mainstream NFT protocol.
We currently support the following blockchains and protocols. Ethernet: ERC721, ERC1155
Contract Validation
Projects must pass the contract source code of and ABI validation.
If your project has a self-built NFT transaction function, please also go through the above contract validation.
NFT asset contracts should pass the code audit by a third party security agency.
Activeness & Industry Reputation
The activeness of the project in social networks.
The activeness of the project's community.
The reputation of the project among users and the industry.
Other relevant indicators.
Team biographies, partners, investors, advisors and other stakeholders.
Project Impact
Whether the project has a positive impact on NFT industry.
Positive impacts include, but are not limited to, the following:
The creation of new paradigms and concepts.
Bringing new users and funding to the industry.
Making it easier for people to interact with NFT. NFTs are issued by Prominent IP holders, etc.
Life cycle
We prefer projects that adhere to long term framework and grows with NFT ecosystem.

How to apply for listing?

If your NFT project meets the above requirements, please fill out the form to submit your application(This is the only method) and the NFTGO team will give feedback at the first opportunity.

Review Rules

    The more complete the information that is filled in, the higher the probability of passing the audit.
    Please do not intentionally fill out inaccurate information or malicious information, etc., which may cause us to blacklist your project.
    Please do not provide any private information, such as private keys, database passwords, etc.

Under what circumstances will your project be deleted?

    Malicious acts such as spamming of NFT, data forgery, leaving backdoors in the contract code, etc. are flagged.
    Failure to notify the NFTGO team in a timely manner after a contract has been updated.
    The average value of the NFT asset is very low and the transaction and user activity is very poor.
    The project has ceased operation and NFT data resources are inaccessible.


NFTGO, as a third party, objectively provides NFT-related data indicators for the included NFT projects, and does not provide any investment advice. The right of the final interpretation of the above listing criteria belongs to NFTGO.
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