Update Sept 2021:
NFT galleries are now available for all Ethereum mainnet based NFT domains (i.e. all our domains except .zil at the moment).
You will have the opportunity to preview the gallery before paying the associated blockchain fee if you are not using the layer 2 scaling solution for NFT domains.
Until browsers like Brave and Opera update for our new TLDs our extension or the IPFS gateway URL is required to view the galleries unless it's a .crypto domain.
After claiming the domain, which adds it to your crypto wallet, here are the steps for launching an NFT gallery:
Make sure your NFT art and your NFT domain are in the same wallet (probably Metamask).
Note: As of now the NFT Gallery only displays NFT art stored in the wallet, thus it won’t display your NFT domains.
Go to this link click "start"
and enter the domain name where you want to display your NFTs (reminder: this domain name will have to be in the same crypto wallet as your NFTs - see step 1 above).
Confirm ownership by signing the transaction with the wallet where the domain and your NFTs are stored:
Enter the NFT domain name in the latest version of Opera or Brave to see your NFTs or use UD’s Chrome / Firefox extension. You can update your DNS settings in Firefox or Chrome if you’d prefer to avoid using an extension for .crypto domains.
Please note that if you’ve already set up a decentralized website using your NFT domain, the NFT gallery will replace it.
This is ourYouTube video deep dive into why we launched NFT galleries if you want to check it out