The Weekly Stack: The art of movement 💃
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What’s new on Gamma?
We’ve made a few updates to your Ordinal profiles so that they’re easier to navigate. Here’s what’s new:
Filter and sort your items: You can sort by inscription #, price, or age of listing to easily track which items you may want to sell or keep.
Collections tab: All collections are now sorted by count on your profile page.
Activity feed: View recent activity such as a listing, delisting, or purchase.
Let us know what you want to see next! And stay tuned for more major upgrades coming very soon…👀
The art of movement: A story of dance
By Carole Levy
Movement is part of human nature. From taking our first steps, to finding complicity with a stranger on the dance floor, to a father-daughter dance at a wedding — dance, whether it be a discipline, a celebration, or a sacred ritual, is deeply rooted in diverse cultures across the globe.
Throughout the ages, artists have been compelled to capture the exquisite beauty, grace, and dynamic energy of movement, often blurring the boundaries between dance and the visual arts. Let's delve into the rich history of how dance has been celebrated and represented in the world of art.
Resources & education 🤓
Gamma tutorial videos 🎥
Need help with setting up your collection or learning how to inscribe on Gamma? Check out our newly updated tutorial videos on Youtube:
Metadata for Ordinals collections
If you'd like to add metadata to your Bitcoin ordinals collection, we'll need a JSON file containing your inscription IDs and the associated descriptive metadata. This might include things like a descriptive or custom numbered name for each inscription, or other attributes that describe the visual elements of the inscription's image.
To learn how to format your metadata for your Ordinals collection, preview a sample file at the link below:
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