Make Your NFT Storefront: Andre Fuchs’ DIYFRAME Reviewed

Make Your NFT Storefront: Andre Fuchs’ DIYFRAME Reviewed

DIYFRAME is a free-of-charge decentralized web application for displaying NFTs on a computer, smartphone, TV, or any other device with a screen and a browser.

DIYFRAME is still in closed alpha testing. If you want to join and display NFTs on a TV, send your wallet address in the replies to Andre Fuchs’ tweet, and he will grant you access.

How DIYFRAME Works

With DIYFRAME, the user generates a link to a frame with the selected NFTs. The frame can contain a single token or multiple tokens, which will be shown consecutively.

The link can be opened on any device with a Chromium-based browser: computer, tablet, smartphone, Raspberry Pi, etc.

Why DIYFRAME Is Better Than Displaying NFTs Directly from IPFS or CDN?

First, NFT-bound images and videos can be too weighty for mobile devices and TVs. The Citrus Baron “X” weighs 32MB and loads with tons of glitches, even on a desktop computer. With DIYFRAME, it loads pretty quickly.

Second, DIYFRAME supports consecutive displaying of tokens from the same frame + remote control of contents. It’s quite convenient for NFT exhibitions or for a personal account.

How to Use DIYFRAME

First, you need to switch your wallet to the Ghostnet network and get test tez from a Telegram bot or teztnets.xyz. Ghostnet is used in the alpha version and mainnet wallets will become available in beta.

You need to connect the wallet to the app’s website. DIYFRAME records the contents of on-chain frames, so a transaction fee must be paid when creating, editing, and deleting a frame.

Then press Explore in the left-hand menu for a search string to look for tz addresses that own NFTs.

There, input the address so that its NFT would be added to a new or existing frame.

The created frames are shown on the Frames page. There, you can get a link for viewing, remove the frame, or share it on social media.

When you press View Frame, DIYFRAME will open the frame with the assigned NFT on a new page. You can open the link on any other device.

Aside from that, DIYFRAME supports interactive NFTs with fxhash, be it games like fx_dungeon or tokens whose contents react to mouse movements or tapping the screen.

Conclusion

DIYFRAME is the right tool to sort your NFTs into frame collections and display them on any device. It’s helpful in decorating interiors and just for fun.

The idea can also be used to popularize NFTs. For example, create frames with themed NFTs, constantly update them and share the links so ordinary users can include a selection of good tokens on the second screen. Or use frames with freshly released collections and QR codes on the marketplace to attract new collectors.

We are looking forward to the DIYFRAME release and expanding its functionality!

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