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How do I make an offer on NFTs?
If you can’t find NFTs listed at the price you are looking for, you can make an offer at the price you wish to make an offer for. Below is the process to make an offer.
Go to the NFT Details page. On this page, click the “Make Offer” button.
Once you click the “Make Offer” button, a modal will appear where you can fill in the offer price and currency and set the offer expiry. When you have entered the details, click “Confirm” to settle your offer.
If you have insufficient balance, the “Confirm” button is inactivated. You may top up your funds by clicking “Add Funds”.
This process is required for giving permission to access your ERC-20 tokens. If you have selected to use USDC/WMATIC or any other ERC-20 tokens as a payment currency, you will need to approve currency the first time you purchase an NFT with USDC/WMATIC or any other ERC-20 tokens on OnePlanet. This process only takes place ONCE in case of making payments via USDC/WMATIC or any other ERC-20 tokens, and a little amount of gas fees are associated with this request.
You don’t need to go through this process if you are making payments with MATIC. This approving currency process is omitted if you have already granted permission to your USDC/WMATIC or any other ERC-20 tokens.
Lastly, you will be prompted to confirm the offer in your wallet. This is the final step to finalize the settlement of the offer. This step will not require paying gas fees.
The history of the offers made will be visible on the NFT details page. An owner who seeks to sell the NFT at the offered price may accept the offer.
Please visit the “Ongoing” tab in My Page to view the status of the offer you have made.
Please note that you can make an unlimited number of offers as long as there is a sufficient balance in your wallet. However, once your wallet does not have enough balance to cover the price of your offer, the offer will automatically become invalid and will not be displayed on our platform. To learn more about invalid events, please refer to How can I handle invalid events?