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Is there the ERC1155 standard? The NFT with quantity.

I'm curious if there is an ERC1155 standard for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with a quantity.

In the past, I've checked and implemented NFTs using the ERC721 standard, which is designed for single, unique tokens. However, I've heard that the ERC1155 standard can be used for tokens with a quantity.

Implementing ERC1155 tokens would require a different approach than ERC721 tokens, since they allow for multiple instances of the same token.

With ERC1155, each token type has a unique ID, and a quantity is associated with each ID. This means that instead of creating individual tokens, you create a supply of a specific token type that can be bought, sold, or traded.

I'm interested in exploring the possibilities of implementing ERC1155 tokens for NFTs with a quantity, and would like to research and learn more about the standard and how it can be used.


Posted one year ago
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Based on my understanding and research, there is currently no ERC1155 standard available on the TON network. This is evidenced by the fact that popular TON marketplaces such as getgems.io and dton do not offer ERC1155 tokens.

Given this, I think it would be beneficial to raise a TEP to propose the implementation of the ERC1155 standard on the TON network. This could potentially expand the capabilities of the network and provide more options for developers and users looking to create and trade NFTs with a quantity.

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