If you already have a STRAYM account but not yet connected to MetaMask, you can connect your account to MetaMask on the setup page.
You can freely create your own profile, including introducing yourself and registering your SNS URL.
It is up to you how you want to enjoy STRAYM, whether you want to connect with your favorite artists by purchasing their ownership NFTs, or purchase ownership NFTs of popular artists and expect the price to rise.
What is STRAYM?
STRAYM is a platform that allows users to buy and sell Ownership and Ownership NFTs, which are shared ownership rights in The original artwork from around the world, for crypto assets such as Japanese yen and Ethereum. The service allows users to enjoy not only the utility of each NFT, but also STRAYM's unique utilities depending on the amount of purchase.
Advantages of collecting on STRAYM
(1) You can find your favourites among carefully selected art and NFTs.
(2) You can build your own art collection portfolio more freely.
(3) Easy management and asset building of owned art and NFTs.
(4) You can acquire a VIP programme according to your status based on the total number of purchases or the amount of purchases of your ownership rights.
Advantages of listing on STRAYM
(1) Art and NFT can be sold in stages or in parts.
(2) You can buy back the art and NFT you have exhibited.
(3) You can consign the storage and exhibition of art and NFT to STRAYM.
(4) When art and NFTs are distributed secondarily, they can receive royalties.
(5) Museums can raise funds by exhibiting art while it is on display.
Where can I find the actual artwork?
The original artwork will be stored in an appropriate environment and in a secure location, such as the Terada Warehouse or other warehouses that are recognised as safe exhibition and storage locations. STRAYM also promotes the public display of artworks in museums and public facilities, and notifies the public when The original artwork is to be displayed by means of a notice on the artwork's detail page and alerts.
What is order book?
The boards display users' desired purchase/sale prices in real time, so that users can review each other's purchase/sale prices by ascertaining the market price at that time.
The selling board (\"Number of owner-occupied units for sale\" on the left side of the board) is basically checked when you yourself want to buy an owner-occupied unit.
The centre of the board is the price and the numbers on the left side of the board refer to the order volume.
For example, if \"0.02 ETH (or 200 yen)\" is displayed in the centre and \"10\" on the sell board, it means that there are 10 owner-rights for 0.02 ETH (or 200 yen) to sell. This means that you can place a purchase order for them.
If, on the other hand, you have Ownership Interests and wish to sell them, check the buy board (\"Number of Ownership Interests you wish to buy\" on the right-hand side).
A market orders:
A market order is an order placed without specifying a price.
The person who places a market order will be dealing with the most advantageous counterparty to buy or sell. In other words, if you place a market sell order, you will trade with the person who had the highest buy order at the time, and if you place a market buy order, you will trade with the person who had the lowest sell order at the time.
A limit orders:
A limit order is a method of placing an order by specifying a price.
The characteristic of a limit order is that the order is not executed until the price is below the limit price for a buy order or above the limit price for a sell order.