Use this endpoint to load a list of assets. The result is paginated and filtered by passing specific arguments in the URL.
/v1/assets/?status=confirmed&ordering=-created_on. Use “-” for DESC ordering
- status: preauth, waiting, processing, royalties, burning, rejected, error, refund, canceled, stand-by, confirmed
- is_auto: 0 or 1 || true or false
- has_royalties: 0 or 1 || true or false
- q: Search term to lookup by asset UUID, name, asset_name, image, transaction's UUID, deposit address, policy id, and collection UUID
- ordering: created_on, updated_on or name
- page: page number of the paginated results
The endpoint is used to create assets and collections. You will be making an individual asset if you only send one asset. Individual assets include the entire transaction object in the response. Also, by sending a list of assets, you will create a collection and multiple assets under the same policy; the response will be a list of assets in which each asset includes the UUID of the transaction. The transaction for a collection is retrieved later on using the Transactions API.
asset -> asset : Asset List[asset] -> List[asset] : Collection
When creating collections of assets, use the primary asset (the first one from the list) to set minting configurations like royalties and auto processing
PreAuth: Set the parameter "is_auto: false" to create the asset without minting
Use this endpoint to return all the information for an asset. This includes properties like name, image, and status of its transaction.
Only preauthorized assets can be updated since these don't initiate the minting process.
Only preauthorized assets are allowed to be partially updated.
Non-confirmed assets can be deleted. This will trigger a refund before canceling the transaction.
Mint on-demand non-confirmed transaction associated with the asset. Use this endpoint to "manually" mint the transaction for the asset or collection.
Transaction can be forced to be minted. This will generate a new policy and set a new invalid_slot. Mint operation can only be forced once.
- force: true or false
Refund non-confirmed transactions associated with the asset. The transaction will be refunded and later canceled.