Snafler NFT Terms of Service
Snafler NFT is a web3-inspired social site for creating, discovering, and showcasing NFTs. The site also provides tools for users to buy and sell NFTs in a peer-to-peer fashion. By using Snafler NFT, you are agreeing to these terms. Please read all the terms carefully, because they explain what we expect from you and what you can expect from us. You agree to comply with the Snafler NFT Content Policy, which is incorporated by reference into these terms.
You agree that you have read, understand, and accept the terms of the policies listed immediately above.
When we speak of an “NFT” (non-fungible token), we mean the blockchain asset defining the NFT.
When we speak of our “service,” we mean Snafler.
In order to use our service, you must create an account. In order to create an account, you must be at least 13 years old. You are responsible for keeping your account secure and letting us know about any unauthorized use of your account. We reserve the right to terminate your account at our discretion, without notice and without liability. You may not impersonate another user or entity. Purchasing, selling or renting a username, profile, or account is strictly prohibited. Username squatting is also prohibited and may result in the reassignment of a username.
Your account may be terminated if you violate these terms, violate the law, or engage in behaviour that harms our service (for example, by posting spam, uploading viruses or malicious code, impairing the functionality of our service, or attempting to circumvent our policies). We may also terminate your account in order to comply with a legal requirement or a court order.
As part of our service, you have the opportunity to provide content (for example, content associated with NFTs (creating) and textual comments). We reserve the right to remove your content if we find that your content is a scam or harmful at our discretion, without notice and without liability. We also reserve the right to label or categorize your content.
Before providing content, you promise and attest that you own and control all of the intellectual property rights to your content (or that you have the necessary license rights to the content) and that your content is lawful. When you provide content (for example, NFTs, text, or images) to Snafler, you retain your intellectual property rights in your content and you provide us with a license to your content (as specified below). When you purchase an NFT using our service, you should not assume that you own any copyright or license to the content associated with the NFT.
License to use your content
By using our service you grant us a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sublicensable, perpetual, and transferable license to host, publish, display, perf, distribute, communicate, reformat, or otherwise use your content (including your NFT, images, text, content, files, communications, and other content you provide) to operate, improve, develop, and promote our service.
Our content and the content of others
Our service gives you access to content owned by us. You may use that content within the scope of using our service (subject to these terms), but we retain any intellectual property rights in our content.
Likewise, our service also gives you access to content owned by other people or other organizations. Don’t assume that use of our service gives you permission to use such content. Unless otherwise allowed by law, you may not use content owned by other people or organizations without the owner’s permission.
Fees & Royalties
When you mint a Pixxl Club NFT, we’ll take a small fee in the form of SFX coins. The fee will always be clearly communicated to you. We may also temporarily reduce or eliminate our fees as part of promoting our service. If a user resells the NFT then the creator of the NFT will get the royalty, Snafler would collect nothing. If the seller decides to resell NFTs minted on Snafler on another platform Snafler won’t be liable for the royalties. The marketplace chosen by the seller is liable for royalties. The seller should make sure that the marketplace must comply with ERC-2912 royalty standard.
Any NFT collections created and minted by Snafler resold on our platform or an external marketplace Snafler will collect all the royalties.
A transaction between a buyer and a seller takes place in a peer-to-peer fashion on a public blockchain, like Ethereum. We do not guarantee that the transaction will be included in the blockchain. For example, your transaction may not be included in the blockchain if there is network congestion, you fail to pay an adequate transaction fee, or if a technical problem with the blockchain arises.
Furthermore, even if your transaction is included in the blockchain, it may still fail to complete successfully. For example, your transaction will fail if the owner of the NFT changes before your transaction is processed by network miners or network validators. In such circumstances, your transaction fee will be forfeited to the network miners or network validators.
Buyers and sellers who discover each other via our service are under no obligation to transact using the smart contracts that we deploy, and are free to transact with each other via any smart contract of their choice. Our service is not intended as a barter exchange.
Your transaction may have tax implications. We do not provide tax advice. If you have tax-related questions, you should consult a tax professional. It is your responsibility to report and pay any applicable taxes.
Don’t manipulate the market
Market manipulation involves behaviour like bidding on an auction (or making a purchase) with the intention of artificially increasing the price or creating the appearance of market interest or market activity. Don’t engage in misleading transactions, like selling an NFT to yourself to establish a misleading price. Don’t collude with others to manipulate prices.
Keep your NFTs safe
The NFTs you collect are in your custody, stored in a wallet that you control. Because you control your wallet, there is no way for us to help you if you lose control of your wallet. It is your responsibility to keep your wallet safe from both theft and inadvertent loss. Be sure to back up any recovery passphrase associated with your wallet and keep the recovery passphrase both secret and safe.