Aside providing API to protocol’s registry it’s on some cases more convenient to showcase your achievement in a form of NFT Badges.
All achievements stored on protocol’s registry can be minted to owner’s wallet. Badges follow stateless ERC-1155 standard and are Soulbound meaning that they are non-tradable.
How to mint badges?
1) Visit kleoverse.com/badges and sign up with your wallet.
/badges page is a hub for minting all Proof-of-Talent protocol-related badges. You can browse badges and check the requirements needed to claim those.
2) Click the badge you wish to claim for yourself.
3) Click “Check Eligibility” button
Clicking the button, when a wallet is connected, will trigger Protocol’s Attestation Verification checks:
- check that all required proofs are provided (all 3rd party accounts are linked)
- call on-/off-chain oracles to check that all badge-related requirements are met
- will store your attestation value in the correct collection in Attestation Registry
4) Click “Mint” button to mint the badge
After successful verification for being eligible for the badge. You can Mint the Badge as any NFT with a button click triggering wallet extension to handle the signature and mint transaction.
5) Add Badge to your Kleoverse Profile
After a successful mint, your Badge will be connected to your wallet address and is available to be minted to any wallet linked to your Proof-of-Talent Identity. You can add the Badge to be visible on your Kleoverse Profile to further describe the achievement related to it.
How to update the value linked to the badge?
Credentials related to your online activity and achievement, like the number of GitHub stars or completed CryptoZombie tutorials, will eventually change as time goes by. For some credentials, these values can be updated in the Attestation Registry once you update it but the badge minted based on the Registry won’t change.
If you are eligible to mint a new badge or just want to update the credentials linked to it, you will see a “Re-Mint” button on the Badge page. Clicking it runs the same attestation verification and minting as the first time.
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