The Weekly Stack: Meet the new Gamma homepage 🏠
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What’s new on Gamma?
We are thrilled to share some exciting updates we've made at Gamma.io. Over the past few weeks, our team has been working tirelessly to enhance your experience and make our platform more immersive and customizable. We're excited to show off the new changes we’ve built:
Immerse yourself in art: The first thing you'll notice is our newly designed homepage. It's been completely revamped to help you dive deeper into the world of art. Now, it's easier than ever to discover and explore creative work that inspires you.
Custom collection colors: Creativity doesn't stop at your artwork. We now offer the ability for creators to set custom colors for their collections. This feature provides an extra layer of personalization and expression for your collection’s digital gallery.
Personalized profiles: We understand that your profile is a representation of you. That's why we've introduced new ways for you to personalize it. Update your profile picture, add a bio to share more about your creative journey, and link your social media profiles to broaden your reach.
Performance Improvements: Behind the scenes, we've implemented a variety of performance enhancements to make Gamma.io faster and more efficient. These updates ensure a smoother, more enjoyable experience for both creators and art enthusiasts.
... and there's more!
Resources & education✏️
What are NFT royalties?
NFTs have the ability to distribute royalties from resales to NFT creators. With non-fungible tokens, NFT royalties give the original creator a percentage of the sale price each time their creation is sold on the secondary market.
Once minted, the NFT will earn a percentage on all future sales meaning artists can have their fair share of subsequent sales from their creations for perpetuity, which seldom happens in the real world. Every time a new owner re-sells the digital asset, the creator gets a percentage of the sale again. 5 to 10% is considered a standard royalty percentage, but with most NFT marketplaces, creators can set their royalty amount themselves during the minting process.
For Ordinals marketplaces, Gamma is one of the few that offers royalties to artists (and always will). To learn more about royalties on Gamma and how they work, continue reading below.
Thanks for tuning in, we’ll see you next week!
A little tip: Customize your collection page and profiles on Gamma.io! We’ve got some exciting surprises coming soon 👀
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