FAQ

How does partnering with Open3 work? What is required of me and what are the steps?

  1. 1.
    Come up with a concept for your project & launch date.
  2. 2.
    We review & approve your project.
  3. 3.
    We send you our onboarding packet.
  4. 4.
    We invite you to our Discord.
  5. 5.
    We invite you to our weekly artist call.
  6. 6.
    You deliver your art file and submit your required content.
  7. 7.
    We generate your collection.
  8. 8.
    You sign the EULA contract you choose.
  9. 9.
    We deliver your marketing assets.
  10. 10.
    We launch your project!

How should I think about marketing my project?

We provide every artist partner with customized marketing materials for promoting their collection for both Twitter and Instagram. Also we promote all projects on our official Instagram and Twitter accounts.

Can I launch my own pay-to-mint collection while in partnership with Open3?

Launching with us does not preclude you from launching your own pay-to-mint collection simultaneously.

Is there any documentation around helping me structure my trait matrix and art file?

Yes! Click here to navigate to our helpful documentation page.

What kinds of IP Contracts (EULA) do you offer?

The two types of End User Licensing Agreements (EULA) we offer are Creative Commons and Limited Personal and Commercial Use. You have the choice to completely release the IP rights to the NFT owners, or place some kind of restrictive use on the IP.
  • With the Creative Commons (CCO) licensing agreement, you’ll be releasing the IP rights to the collector. They will have the rights reuse it in some personal or commercial manner, whether that be reprinting your artwork, making a poster out of it, putting it on packaging, etc.
  • The Limited Personal and Commercial Use licensing agreement has more restrictive rights. You restrict the commercial and private use of your artwork to a specific dollar amount, which we will standardize for you. The owner of the NFT can use your artwork to make themselves a t-shirt or print it out to display on their wall, but they won’t be able to make prints of your artwork and sell thousands of copies. They also can’t partner with a brand to use your artwork. For example, they can’t partner with Kellogg’s and put your IP on a cereal box.
If you’re not sure which agreement to choose, we recommend Creative Commons because it aligns with the philosophy of Web3. Culture is repeated behavior, and the more times your ideas and work are shared and propagated out into the world, the better it is for you as an artist. It also gives the NFT holder an incentive to market you as an artist. However, we understand artists have different preferences.
Regardless of which licensing agreement you choose, we will attach it to your collection so your collectors will know what rights they have as the NFT owner.
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How does partnering with Open3 work? What is required of me and what are the steps?
How should I think about marketing my project?
Can I launch my own pay-to-mint collection while in partnership with Open3?
Is there any documentation around helping me structure my trait matrix and art file?
What kinds of IP Contracts (EULA) do you offer?