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Introducing KEYRING NFT VIEWER: A Simple and Feature-Packed NFT Tool

How to View Your NFT

If you purchased an NFT on a marketplace and don’t know where to find it, or are unsure where to find the NFT info, or maybe question why the NFT was not showing in your wallet, this article is worth reading.

Many people have problems related to the confirmation and management of NFTs.

Obviously, NFTs based on blockchain technology are a very innovative concept, the owners themselves face the challenge of not being able to keep track of their details.

To enhance the NFT ownership experience, it is important to understand how to verify images and details of the NFTs purchased.

Especially now that NFTs are issued from various blockchain networks (chains), the verification and management of NFTs have become more complex.

However, a tool has been created to alleviate such difficulties.

We are thrilled to introduce KEYRING NFT VIEWER, an NFT explorer.

This explorer supports multiple networks and allows you to easily check detailed information such as images and token IDs of NFTs you own at a glance.

In addition, KEYRING NFT VIEWER can be used to transmit NFTs and configure them for the new innovative ERC-6551 standard.

This greatly expands the range of NFT applications and maximizes the potential of NFTs.

This article will explain these steps in detail, from the prerequisite information needed to check the NFT to the actual use of the KEYRING NFT VIEWER.

We hope this information will help you understand and use NFTs.

How to Verify the NFT

In order to verify an NFT, it is important to understand and grasp some prerequisite information.

Knowing this information will enable you to accurately verify the images and details of your NFT.

Below is a detailed explanation of this basic information.

What is an NFT?

Let’s begin with the question, “What is NFT?”.

As far as we have known, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) exist and are verified on public chains, e.g. Ethereum.

On the other hand, NFTs on private, non-public chains cannot be directly verified.

Also, even if you believe you have received an NFT, it may not yet exist on the blockchain (on-chain) due to the nature of the game or digital product. NFTs in such a state cannot be confirmed, as they are not yet technically NFTs.

What NFT Wallets Do You Use to Store NFT?

Next, it is important to understand which crypto wallet to keep all the NFTs you own.

In the requirement of verification, knowing the wallet where the NFT resides and its wallet address is necessary.

What Networks Do You Use For Your NFT?

It is also required to check the blockchain network (chain) on which the NFT was issued.

For example, the NFT was created on chains such as Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Avalanche, etc.

With these three prerequisite pieces of information in place, it is possible to verify all the details of the NFT, including its image, owner, token ID, and transaction history from the past owner to the current owner.

We will explain the specific steps to deeply understand these essentials and to be able to check the details of your own NFTs.

Introducing KEYRING NFT VIEWER: An Ultimate Tool for NFT View and Information Check-up

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KEYRING NFT VIEWER is an NFT explorer that allows you to easily view NFT images and information in detail.

With this tool, you can see at a glance the details of the NFTs you own from your own or others’ wallet addresses.

While this can be done on the NFT marketplace, like Opensea, KEYRING NFT VIEWER allows you to view NFT information at a more intuitive and in-depth level due to its specialized nature.

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The operation of the KEYRING NFT VIEWER is very simple.

First, if you want to check the NFTs you own, click on “Connect Wallet” in the upper right corner, and connect to your wallet via Metamask or WalletConnect. Then you can view the list of NFTs you own.


Even if you want to check the NFTs of others, simply select the appropriate network from the top page, enter the wallet address, and search. You can easily check NFT information on multiple blockchain networks.

Currently, KEYRING NFT VIEWER supports the following blockchain networks, allowing you to see NFTs on a wide range of networks.

  • Ethereum (Ethereum)
  • Binance Chain (BNB Chain / Binance Smart Chain)
  • Polygon
  • Avalanche

By supporting these networks, KEYRING NFT VIEWER enables users to explore and review a wide variety of NFTs, helping them to gain a broader and deeper understanding of their digital assets.



KEYRING NFT VIEWER can also control your own NFTs by connecting to your own wallet. To do this, you can use the following two buttons, which appear in the top right corner when you select each NFT.

  1. Send NFT: this button allows you to send selected NFTs to another wallet. This allows you to buy, sell or transfer NFTs safely and easily.
  2. Deploy TBA: By pressing this button you can convert the selected ERC-721 token to the ERC-6551 standard. After conversion, the ERC-6551 NFT will display the address of the smart contract at the bottom of the screen. By sending tokens and other information here, you can link the sent tokens to the ERC-6551 NFT.

Let’s take a closer look at ERC-6551, a new standard that provides for a Token-Bound Account (TBA) bound to the ERC-721 NFT. This is perhaps easier to understand if you think of it as adding wallet-like functionality to NFTs.

That is, for each existing ERC-721 NFT, it will be possible to create a contract that is directly tied to that NFT, with the ERC-721 NFT acting as a sort of ‘passport’ that allows various digital assets to be transferred in and out.

The TBA can hold native tokens as well as other ERC-721 and ERC-1155 tokens. This means that the TBA works like a wallet and allows basically all operations that a wallet is capable of.

KEYRING NFT VIEWER, therefore, not only plays a role in the operation of NFTs but also in improving the convenience of NFTs, such as the adoption of new standards that have never been used before.

For more information on TBAs and ERC6551, and how to make them using KEYRING NFT VIEWER, please refer to the articles below.

Exploring the Potential: Use Cases of ERC-6551 and Token-Bound Accounts

In Conclusion

In summary, confirming NFTs can be surprisingly difficult. It can be a challenge to get information on which wallet the NFT you bought it in, which chain it is in, and even where you can see pictures and detailed information about it.

With the introduction of KEYRING NFT VIEWER, these problems can now be easily solved. Using wallet links and address look-ups, you can list and check details of NFTs owned by yourself or others. There is also support for the new ERC-6551 standard, which further extends the capabilities of NFTs.

To get a more tangible sense of NFT ownership and expand the scope of its use, please consider using KEYRING NFT VIEWER. This will make the process of checking the NFT easier and more intuitive and open up new possibilities.




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