NFT Content Policy

Our global framework for content decisions is as follows:

What does this mean in practice? Here’s guidance to help you figure out what’s allowed and what’s not on our platform: 
  • Keep it legal. We expect you to comply with local laws and regulations. Content that we prohibit includes NFTs that: 

    • Facilitate unlawful gambling.

    • Facilitate sexually related services.

    • Facilitate sale of narcotics, regulated goods and controlled substances.

    • Contain child exploitation content, including images that depict minors in the nude or in suggestive poses.

    • Fundraising and support for terrorist organizations.

    • Threaten violence.

  • Make sure content belongs to you.  We comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and will take down infringing content, including NFTs that use images without permission. 

  • Get consent before posting images of other people.  We will take down content that is not consensual and will comply with Right to Be Forgotten requests where valid. 

  • No fraudulent, deceptive or scammy activity.  Don’t engage in misleading activity including fake collections, NFTs that are intended to create confusion with a popular NFT or NFTs which include deceptive links to external domains. If you post scams, malware, phishing or other similar content that violates local law or consumer protection guidelines, we will take it down and ban you.  We will also report fraud on our platform to local authorities. 

  • No financial activity that may be subject to registration.  We don’t allow NFTs that may be subject to financial regulation on our platform.  This includes creating or selling NFTs that give owners rights to any securities offerings or other regulated financial instruments. We also don’t allow market manipulation on our platform such as selling an NFT to yourself to create a misleading price (wash trading) and will ban users for this practice.