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Carnaval is the first NFT marketplace built on the RSK network dedicated to Iberoamerican artists. It has a community of the most remarkable and disruptive talents that are already reshaping the art world, adding a real value to the NFT ecosystem. Carnaval has built the first environment where all the traditional art players fit.
You can access the Carnaval NFT marketplace from: https://marketplace.carnaval.art/welcome
To enter the platform, you must have an invitation code to access the marketplace. You can get one from any Carnaval user or use the official invitation code: exclusiv3
Once you have inserted the code, you will need to connect to the dapp using your wallet. As with other dapps, when connecting for the first time the wallet will request to sign a message to connect to the application.
Then, to finish the setup, you will be asked for an username (required), a bios (optional) and an email address (required).
Since Carnival is in an early stage, buying NFTs is the only available operation. There are going to be more features, like creating and selling your own NFT art in the next updates of the platform.
You will need to set up a Web3 or Mobile wallet that is compatible with the RSK chain. You can also use Ledger or Trezor hardware wallets.
For Web3 wallets, suggested are Liquality or Metamask. They work as an extension on your browser.
For Mobile wallets, suggested are D’Cent, Math, rWallet, and Defiant. Just get the chosen one from the store of your smartphone, install it and set it up.. Then you can connect your wallet using WalletConnect, which is an open protocol for connecting Dapps to mobile Wallets using end-to-end encryption by scanning a QR code.
NOTE: Always remember that you should save both your password and the 12 recovery words and never share them with anyone.
Since Carnaval is built on the RSK network, all fees are paid in RBTC, native token of RSK. You will need RBTC for any operation on Carnaval. You can read more about how to get RBTC here.
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