mysite.com/ipfs/<ipfs_id>or an IPFS URL in this format:
libmagic) we try to guess its mime type from its content. If the file is a
JSON object(please note that a valid
JSONcan also be an
numberbut we only accept
objects) then we consider that asset as an ARC3 NFT, and the
JSONas its metadata. If the file is an image or a video, we consider that asset as an ARC69 NFT, and the file as its media. Then we fire different asynchronous tasks for ARC3 and ARC69 NFTs. Please note that we don't repeatedly try to fetch the successfully fetched files.
imagefield of the metadata, which should be the URL of the image, and try to fetch the file. If we can successfully fetch the file and validate that it is an image then we save it. For the video of the NFT we try to get
animation_urlfield of the metadata, and try to fetch the file. If we can successfully fetch the file and validate that it is a video then we save it. An ARC3 NFT can both have an image and a video media at the same time. For both image and video URLs, unlike above we accept every URL in this case. Please note that we don't repeatedly try to fetch the image or the video if they are successfully fetched once. We only support videos and images currently.
acfgtransaction with a
JSON objects). In each iteration we repeat this task since metadata of the ARC69 NFTs are mutable.