Zora / software module

This module will help you make your accounts eligible for a possible Zora.co retrodrop.

You can find a full description of how the module works on the "Modules shop" page and in the "Zora" -> "Show more".

In order to purchase the Zora module, just select the number of wallets that you want to use the module with and make the payment. Immediately after, the module will become available to you in the "Your modules" tab, where you can already add your wallets and start working.

Unique features of the Zora module:

- Several modes available:

1. The official Zora bridge.

2. Minting preset NFTs (18 presets are available right now)

3. Generating custom NFT collections for each wallet.

4. Minting any NFT collections (including ones you create in #3)

5. Sending self-transactions to your own wallets

- the ability to make a UI touch and leave an off-chain trail, in addition to on-chain transactions. Everything works exactly the same as in our zkSync module and your wallets will be able to leave their fingerprint both on the platform itself and on the bridge,

- support for both IPV4 and mobile proxies,

- the ability to run it both multithreaded (which is very important) and in sequence (one wallet after another),

- full customization and randomization of any actions (from gas settings / wallet delays / mints / % ETH for sending self-transactions, to settings for duplicating or not duplicating a mint of repeated NFTs for each of your wallets),

- the "DUMP GAS" function in each of the modes, allowing you to pay for transactions almost 10 times less by sending transactions with a lower base and gwei priority,

- an incredibly convenient UI and a detailed console (everything is the same as in the zkSync module),

- the ability to continue running selected wallets, should one of them throw an error,

- the ability to simultaneously launch any number of sessions with any number of your wallets and any settings (e.g. some wallets may mint NFT, while others create collections, or send self-transactions at the same time).

Main sections of the guide to the Zora module:

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