The 40 letter-digit characters long identifier of the contract that minted the token.
Think of the contract address as the identifier for an entire collection.
The number of this specific token that you want the end-user to own. For example, if you input 1, then you will require the user to own one of the token at contract address, token ID (if applicable).
For ERC-721 and ERC-1155 NFTs only:
The individual number identifier of the NFTs
Each specific NFT has a specific number attached to it.
Think of the token ID as the identifier for a specific NFT in a collection.
Example of setting up via YUP social token
Example of setting up via ERC-721 token
You then will be returned a new token gated link.
The token gated link!
Note: This link is token gated but the original web content link is not so please protect the original link. If you are looking for a direct integration, please reach out to us at [email protected]
Set Up with Multiple Tokens
You can gate content requiring one of the tokens in a set.
If you have different NFTs or tokens in the same collection (contract), you can add a comma-separated list of token IDs. An end-user would need to have one of the tokens in the comma-separated list to access the link.
Example of comma-separated token IDs
If you have different NFTs or tokens in various collections, you click on Add a Token and input the details. An end-user would need to have one of the tokens listed in order to access the link.
Example of adding multiple tokens using +Add Token