Inscription Fees

Inscription creators can set fees for their inscriptions, such as the first N being free, a charge of 0.001 Near for each inscription from N to M, and 0.01 Near for each inscription from M to X. This serves two purposes:

  1. Minting inscriptions on the Near chain is too cheap; to control minting frequency and to prevent the Near chain from being congested, the pricing mechanism aims to distribute inscriptions to as many real users as possible.

  2. The fees can be used for inscription incentives and LP addition, which are market-friendly. Of course, 90% of the inscription fees belong to the creators, who have the right to decide the allocation of these funds.

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