How to use the OneKey App to send and receive Bitcoin NFT

Ordinals protocol introduction

In the Bitcoin system, each Bitcoin is made up of one hundred million "satoshis". Each satoshi has a unique identifier and cannot be divided.

The Ordinals protocol is a system designed to assign a unique serial number to each Sats and track them during transactions.

In short, users can make each Sat an individual by adding additional data through Ordinals. This process is called "Inscriptions."

Ordinals Protocol officially launched on December 14, 2022, utilizing the technical features of Bitcoin network such as Segregated Witness and Taproot, enabling the direct minting, transferring, and burning of NFTs on the Bitcoin blockchain.

OneKey App accepts Bitcoin NFT.

  1. Download and install the OneKey App:



  1. Create a Bitcoin Taproot address starting with "bc1p" as the receiving address for NFTs. (This tutorial uses the mobile app as an example, the steps are the same for PC.)

Some Ordinals wallets may not support non-Taproot addresses. For compatibility reasons and to prevent loss of confidential assets, it is recommended to manage confidential assets using Taproot addresses.

  1. Send NFTs from other platforms/wallets to your own wallet address (taking UniSat as an example).

  1. After waiting for the confirmation of the Bitcoin network block, you can click on "NFT" on the Bitcoin page in the OneKey App to view the NFTs you hold.

OneKey App sends Bitcoin NFT.

  1. Click on "NFT" on the Bitcoin page in the OneKey App, select the NFT you want to send, click on "Send," enter the recipient's address, and click on confirm.

Please note that some wallets may not support non-taproot addresses. Please ensure the address type is correct before sending.

  1. After the confirmation of the Bitcoin network block, you can view the NFT that was sent just now in the recipient's wallet (the example in the following image is based on the Unisat wallet).

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