Once you’ve uploaded NFTs to your Voice account, you can list them for sale at a set price or in an auction. Go to your profile page, find the creation you want to list, and select the Sell button to set your price. Every time the NFT is bought and sold, the work’s ownership history will be reflected in the History section of the page.
Should I choose auction or set price?
The choice is completely up to you — both are great ways to sell your creations on Voice. With auctions, you are able to set a reserve price (or minimum bid) to ensure your piece won’t sell for less than a specific amount completely chosen by you, but also give collectors the opportunity to drive up the value. The benefit to listing something at a set price is that you can cancel the sale of your NFT if you change your mind, with auctions, you don’t have this ability.
How long do auctions last?
Auctions last 48 hours after the first bid is placed and the reserve price is met. Bids placed in the last 15 minutes will extend the auction timer to 15 minutes. This means that if a bid is placed with 3 minutes remaining, the timer will then have 15 minutes remaining, giving collectors a chance to get back in the game.
Watch the clock count down and the price go up as you launch your first auctions on Voice.
How will collectors know when they’ve been outbid?
Collectors and creators can see the current top bid and the full bidding history on the NFT detail page. Potential collectors will also receive email notifications when they have been outbid so that they’re able to potentially place another bid.
Where will my current auctions show on my profile?
All current auctions will show on your profile page alongside the rest of your collection. Auctions that have met the reserve price will show a countdown.
How do I promote my auctions?
Auctions offer a sense of urgency for fans to collect your creations. Share your drops on Instagram, Twitter, Discord, etc. with the live link to let your followers in on the fun.
For more on setting up auctions, how to bid, and more, check out our Help Center.
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