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If your name is in use, you need to pick another one, the same way you would do in any social network. For example if looking fo
suribut it belongs to another user, try other alternative like
- Names can't be empty
- Names can contain dashes (
-) but they can't start or end with one
- Allowed character sets are:
- Unicode XID continuation
- Unicode Number
- Emoji Pictographic
- Emoji Component
Suri prices are set following the critaria of character scarcity:
- 1 character: 10000 USDC
- 2 characters: 1000 USDC
- 3 characters: 100 USDC
- 4 characters: 10 USDC
All supported characters count as 1 but CJK characters count as 2. This rules is present to balance prices across languages, due to in CJK languages a single character can express a complex idea.
Every suri defines the payment model needed to acquire a sub suri so actually you can use any token you want, even NFTs.
Yes you can. Suri includes two options for secondary markets:
- Buy offers: buyer makes an offer to buy a specific suri for a given amount of tokens. Suri owners decide whether to accept offers or not.
- Sale offers: suri owners list their suris to be purchased for a specific amount of tokens. Buyers then choose which suri they want.
There is no restriction for tokens, that is, you can choose your preferred token(s) or NFTs and fill the offer with them. Only have in mind that in the end the other peer must agree with those tokens, so if they don't have any value, it's probably that he rejects the offer.
Yes! This is an incredible feature we support in SUNS. NFTs are a special account in SUNS, therefore NFTs can have any kind of tokens or NFTs inside SUNS as well as multiple suris, so everytime the they move to another solana wallet, the owner changes automatically.
Suris have a version that express who is the actual owner of the suri. When a suri changes its owner following any of the internal processes, the version is increased reflecting this change.
External data providers/verifiers need to check that the information they are looking for corresponds with the version of the suri, if not they are using an outdated data, so it should not be used neither accepted in any platform.