I'm having trouble linking my ENS name for my account. How can I fix this?
Mirror supports showing ENS names in account URLs (e.g. mirror.xyz/ensname.eth) so that they are human readable. If you have purchased an ENS name with your wallet, make sure the reverse resolver is set up.
Read this guide to set the reverse resolver in ENS settings.
Then, go into your Dashboard settings and click "Link ENS."
Can I sign up with a multi-sig?
Mirror doesn't currently support signing up with a multi-sig. However, you can sign up with an EOA (an “externally owned account,” i.e., personal wallet) and add contributors to your account from your Dashboard.
Follow this guide for more information on adding contributors.
I'm having trouble connecting my wallet or signing keys for my account. How can I fix this?
First, try to disconnect your wallet completely. Then refresh the page, connect, and try to go through the signing process again.
If that doesn’t work, please submit a support request. Please note that we will never ask you for your private key information, only your public address.
Does Mirror have an API?
We don't currently have an official REST API or GraphQL API.
All entries published through Mirror are stored on Arweave, a decentralized storage protocol. We wrote up a short guide on our dev blog here with step by step instructions on how to access Mirror entries on Arweave.
How can I import a post from Substack, Medium, or another blogging platform?
You can import an individual post from blogging platforms like Substack and Medium by clicking "Import Entry" when you are composing an empty draft entry.
Try it here: https://mirror.xyz/write
Can I customize the order of the entries in my feed?
We don't currently support customizing the order of entries.
How can I find the RSS feed for a publication?
You can append “/feed/atom” to any Mirror domain to obtain the RSS feed. For example, you can see the RSS feed for Mirror’s development blog by navigating to: http://dev.mirror.xyz/feed/atom.
In addition, Mirror supports automatic feed discovery; pasting a Mirror URL into your RSS reader will work as expected.
How much does it cost to make an entry collectable as a Writing NFT?
It costs nothing. Writing NFTs are free to create and don’t require gas. However, minting Writing NFTs does cost the price set by the creator (if any), plus our platform fee and gas.
How do I set secondary sale royalties for Writing NFTs?
Currently there’s no user setting on Mirror to adjust the royalties. However, you can visit the contract on the applicable blockchain explorer for the layer 2 network on which your Writing NFTs were minted after the first collection and adjust the setRoyaltyInfo value on the contract.
You will need to input two settings. First, the Ethereum address of the recipient—make sure it’s an address compatible with that Layer 2, like an Ethereum EOA address. Then, add the royalty setting in basis points. In other words, input 1000 for 10%, 500 for 5%, or 100 for 1%.
Lastly, depending on which secondary marketplace is being used to trade your NFTs, you may need to configure royalties in their app as well.
How can I set the payment address to a split for a Writing NFT or a Subscribe to Mint NFT on a Layer 2 blockchain?
It is currently not possible to customize the funds recipients on NFTs due to non-deterministic deploys of smart contracts across different Layer 2 blockchains.
Where can I find information about legacy features?
You can review this support article for more information on our legacy features.