How to Unlock Dogecoin/Dogeparty NFTs in an Emblem Vault
What is Dogeparty?
Dogeparty is an open-source token creation platform that was deployed on top of Dogecoin in August 2014, based off of the Counterparty that was deployed earlier in the year and similar to Monaparty which was deployed in 2017 on top of Monacoin. Within just a year of the cryptocurrencies creation, community members had the ability to create their own tokens that were secured by the Dogecoin network. This allowed early participants the ability to partake in early token innovation and experimentation.
The native currency of Dogeparty is XDP, which was created by sending Dogecoin to a “burn address” and in return would receive XDP. This is relevant because XDP is required to be spent in order to mint a new token on the platform. There are a variety of ways to acquire this currency including small exchanges, the native DEX, and dispensers.
The first token created on the platform is known as LTBC, which was created to honor one of the Co-Founders of Dogeparty and creator of Let’s Talk Bitcoin!, Adam B. Levine. Although Dogeparty had a short run from 2014–2015 and then later revived in 2021, there are a handful of creators who have been crownd by the community as innovators and leaders including LittleShibe, Doggfather, and Daniel Spiller.
What you Need to Buy a Dogeparty NFT
Accessing the Dogeparty ecosystem is quite simple. You will need a handful of tools that are required to purchase and dispense tokens natively, which then can be Vaulted and sold on OpenSea or other EVM NFT Marketplaces.
To purchase Dogeparty NFTs you will need:
DogeWallet (Browser & Desktop Wallet)
Dogeparty.Xchain (Block Explorer & Marketplace)
XDP (Native currency)
Now that you have all the tools, follow one of these step-by-step instructions to purchase your first Counterparty NFT.
Dogeparty University Tutorials
Cracking the Vault
Now it’s time to crack the vault. There are a handful of reasons why one may want to bring their Dogeparty NFTs back to their native chain. Reasonings may include transactional, collateral, or security purposes. Emblem Vault will never discourage one from removing assets from your vault. There are trade-offs that users will sacrifice from a vaulted or unvaulted asset. The power is always in the user’s hands and we will always encourage practicing proper safety and responsible protocols. Cracking the Vault is quite simple, just follow these quick steps!
1) First check to ensure your Dogeparty asset(s) are in the vault.
2) Check to see if any DOGE has been sent to your vault.
3) Click on “Claim (Crack Open Vault)” to receive your private keys.
Once that vault has been cracked there will be a few steps between you and your asset’s Mnemoic Phrase and Private Keys.
1) Check to see a displayed green “CLAIMED” at the bottom of the vault. This verifies that the vault has been cracked and you are the owner of the keys.
2) Click on “Get Keys” to view the Vault’s Private Keys and Mnemonic Phrase.
3) This is your Mnemonic Phrase that can be imported into any Dogeparty wallet. (Web or Desktop)
4) This is your Private Key that can be imported into any Dogeparty wallet. (Web or Desktop)
Once the vault is cracked it will no longer display on your OpenSea account. In order to access the keys you will need open the Dapp Emblem.Finace.
1) Click on “Claimed” to display all cracked vaults.
2) Click on the Vault that you wish to attain the private keys for.
If you’d like to import you private keys into your DogeWallet (or any other Dogeparty Wallet) then you’ll need “Import Private Key” in the wallet of your choice.
1) Open up FreeWallet, click on “Address Actions”, and then click “Change Address”.
2) Click on “Import Private Key”.
3) Paste the Dogecoin Private Key you copied from your Emblem Vault.
4) Now your assets have been brought back to its native chain, giving you more accessibility and control of your NFTs. From here you can send these assets to a different location or keep them stored in their native wallet.
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