I've successfully used your API to extract information for ENS sales (thanks to Hamish for helping me out!) but am confused by a couple of fields: 1. payment_token.usd_price This field is always 227.895000000000010232 no matter when the sale occurs. I would have expected it to equal the USD price of Ethereum at the time of sale. Is there a mistake in the API? 2. payment_token.eth_price Likewise, this field is always 1.002661797703375 no matter when the sale occurs. I'm not entirely sure what the price is supposed to represent as 1 ETH = 1 ETH, so a description of what the field represents would be helpful. But again, surely it should vary over time? Help on these fields greatly appreciated, thanks.
Posted by Toby Downton 14 days ago
I've read your docs but as a non-developer I'm still slightly confused. I'm trying to get the endpoint for the following query: - a list of all ENS names that have been sold The query would contain: - the ENS name itself e.g. example.eth - the date of the sale - the amount it was sold for e.g. 0.1. ETH or 10 DAI - the transaction id on Etherscan (optional) How do I retrieve this data? Thanks
Posted by Toby 18 days ago
I have been researching opensea a lot and I am realizing that one does not simply upload an image file to Open sea. Is there a simple way to have a sort of web3js , file where all the image and meta data is like in a sublime text file. Where I could use it over and over again to submit my artworks. Sine that is my needs in smart contracts. IT is complex lingo, is there a simple way to do a simple upload of my 3-D giffs with meta data descriptions and option to buy and then resell if the buyer wishes to do so? I am just trying to figure out what style of ethereum document I need to have to send 3 D gifs to the platform. Can anyone help?
Posted by Claude Edwin Theriault 25 days ago
If i want to now how many assets there ar stored at an address, do i have to page through until i get to the end? On dischord you said i could do it 300 at a time but the api states it is capped at 50. I know of one address (mr WhaleSharkPro) who has 600 + assets. that would take ages bringing ALL that data back. Is there any way to just get a total (or at least not the full data set)? thanks.
Posted by shaun pryszlak about a month ago
Assets come back with 4 images. "image_url" "image_preview_url" "image_thumbnail_url" "image_original_url" If i am displaying thumbnails then i guess its image_thumbnail_url. Which is the best quality image? I am guessing image_original_url?
Posted by shaun pryszlak about a month ago
I want to get a number of assets back by their token id. How do you specify multiple token ids? The interactive API example seems broken. curl --request GET \ --url 'https://api.opensea.io/api/v1/assets?owner=0xce41b49d28800de3ba9925f68d82129dfc4b870b&token_ids=60&order_by=current_price&order_direction=asc&offset=0&limit=20' (one id) works but curl --request GET \ --url 'https://api.opensea.io/api/v1/assets?owner=0xce41b49d28800de3ba9925f68d82129dfc4b870b&token_ids=60%2C158&order_by=current_price&order_direction=asc&offset=0&limit=20' (2 ids) doesn't. You get STATUS 500 Internal Server Error
Posted by shaun pryszlak 2 months ago
I have 7 type of attributes for all my assets but only 1 of them appears in the filter properties. All are of same format but only health is appearing in the filter. How can I bring all 7 type of attributes / properties of my assets into filtering ?
Posted by Rahul Bhola 3 months ago
Hi guys Trying to use the mint.js script ( https://github.com/ProjectOpenSea/opensea-creatures/blob/master/scripts/mint.js ) to mint N items but its failing silently at the 1st one. I was able to adapt the script for running in an HTML/JS page but its a pain to confirm each and every transaction. When I run the script, using the recommended versions of node and npm, it says its going to mint one card (the 1st one of N) and it fails silently. No error message, nothing. I've tried every which way and versions but I'm unable to get it to work. Help!!!!
Posted by Mario Valente 4 months ago
Some ERC721 tokens, like Avastars and mine (currently developing), have metadata (JSON and image) on-chain. It's great if OpenSea reads metadata from there. I understand it's not defined in the EIP spec, but that's the only missing part of decentralization for my project. I could kill whole my servers if I had the feature.
Posted by Tac 4 months ago