Give away your NFTs,
Send your NFTs in bulk. Contracts and Receivers data you control easily. Wrap the rice in Nori and eat, so good.
Nori is good with rice.
Send NFTs in bulk
Select multiple recipients to give away NFT. That's why save gas for transaction.
Data can be registered via CSV
Upload summarized data of tokenId and to(wallet address) via CSV, can be registered.
Nori is 100% free
Nori is free including register account, register data, and check analytics. But, need gas for transaction.
Nori support major chains. and more are coming soon.
You can be used with a small gas fee due to send NFTs in bulk.
Give away and manage data of users that will be given away. And can check analytics of your account data those are total users, total collections, total transactions, etc.
Nori is supported multi chain.
How to eat Nori
1. Connect Wallet
First, select either Metamask or WalletConnect to connect your wallet.
2. Add Your Contracts Information
Add a list of wallet addresses and your contracts information like Chain, ContractAddress, Name.
3. Select and Give away
You can select multiple addresses and send NFTs in a batch. By sending in batches, you can reduce your gas bill to a single amount, saving you money on gas.
What is Nori?
Nori is called 'Seaweed' in English.
|Nutrition Facts||Protein, Carbohydrate, Sodium, Potassium, Iodine, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin A/B1/B2/B12/C, Folic Acid, Dietary Fiber, Beta Carotene|
|Health||Nori is known as a low-calorie food rich in minerals and other nutrients. It is particularly rich in protein, which accounts for about 40% of the total protein content. It is a good quality protein containing 9 essential amino acids. Vitamins are also abundant. Vitamin C is particularly abundant, with 210 mg contained. This is about twice as much as in lemons. It also contains 36 grams of dietary fiber per 100 grams, twice as much as cabbage. It is 2 times higher than that of cabbage. It is also very rich in folic acid, β-carotene, and calcium.|
|History||12,000 to 2,300 years ago ー It is believed that seaweed was already used for food. 1626 ー Tokugawa Iemitsu ate grilled seaweed at Nijo Castle. 2013 ー Japanese food: Traditional Food Culture of the Japanese People" was registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, drawing attention to the traditional Japanese food ingredient "nori" (seaweed).|
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