Buy any NFT (ERC721) listed at a fixed price on OpenSea.
Join as you want
Create Public Pools, in which anyone in the world can join or Private Pools, in which only users with the link of that pool are able to join.
Receive a Curator's fee
The curator sets the fee amount in Private Pools, which is a percentage of the NFT Price that will be transferred to the curator wallet after Fractionation.
Boost your NFT community
Create Private Pools to receive a Curator's fee and also to boost and activate your community without needing financial resources
The best of the OpenSea is on the RockPool!
How long does it take to join or create a Pool?
It's pretty fast, as RockPool has optimization. So just click "Join Pools" or "Create a Pool" to start. To join a Pool, it will certainly be faster. And to create a Private Pool, you will have to choose the curator fee and a few necessary settings.
Who sets the Curator's fee percentage?
The person responsible for setting this percentage is the creator of the Pool. The platform does not automatically set this fee, which means that these creators are free to choose it.
What is the use of creating a Private Pool?
With Private Pools, you can stir up a community or use it to own an NFT with your friends. Overall, it may have a goal beyond the speed and ease of getting a great NFT.
Why use RockPool when I can buy NFTs from OpenSea?
You will still be buying from OpenSea! But with RockPool, you buy fractions of NFTs collectively, which makes you vary the portfolio, expose yourself to less risk and acquire an NFT more easily. In addition, buying this collectively means that several people want it. We can consider this a validation.
Why does NFT need to be listed at a fixed price?
Because Pools need to have a target value to reach and because the buyer (when that value is reached) isa Smart Contract. Have you ever thought about creating a Pool to buy an NFT, and when the Smart Contract was going to buy, some coins were missing in its pocket?
What if someone else wants to sell the NFT?
Your fraction is your ownership percentage of the NFT. After the contract buys the NFT from OpenSea, it sends it to the fractionalizer contract, which holds the NFT and emits ERC20 fractions to be claimed by Pool participants. Thus, the NFT is locked in the Smart Contract and can only be withdrawn upon payment of the exit price or with 100% ownership of the fractions. The owner, therefore, is the Smart Contract (it's like a vault). And it holds the NFT in stake.
How can I sell my fractions after joining a Pool?
You can sell your fractions at any time, via p2p, by using our order book, or by creating a Liquidity Pool.
What if the price of the NFT rises?
Every NFT purchased and fractionalized by RockPool has a multiplier of the final amount (Auction Price Multiplier). Example: a Mutant Ape that costs 20 Eth with the Auction Price Multiplier of 1.5x – its resale price is 30 Eth. In this case, you can either buy the entire NFT for 30 Eth or buy 100% of the fractions or some combination of the two options (like 15 Eth and 50% of the fractions).
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