Looks like you’d want to mint on the contract. Before you do this please be 100% sure you know what you are doing. Be aware that the safest and easiest way is to mint on the official website.
- Go to OpenSea and click on the FEED that you own and find the TokenID. In this case the FEED NFT that I own has the TokenID 9689
- Now go to https://app.mycrypto.com/sign-message and connect the wallet that has your FEED NFT. If you connect a wallet that doesn’t own the FEED NFT of the exact TokenID the transaction might fail.
- Paste the following message exactly. DO NOT CHANGE ANY part of this message including the line breaks. Otherwise it will result in a failed transaction with wasted gas. After the message add in your TokenID on a new line.
I agreed to the terms and acknowledge that I am burning FEED:####
If you’d like to Toss multiple FEED you can add another TokenID that is comma space separated. 9689, 1234, 5678, 9999
- Sign the Message. This will open up a pop up for you to sign the message. This is not a transaction and won’t cost you any gas.
- This will generate the following message. This message is super important so make sure you have the correct wallet address that owns the FEED you’d like to Toss. What you will need to do now is to copy the “sig”
- Go to the Etherscan contract and go to [Write as Proxy] scroll down to find [tossFeed] function. Connect your wallet with Etherscan the same wallet you used to sign the message.
- Paste in the signature that you received above. Then write the TokenID of the same FEED you’ve selected. If you have multiple FEED that you want to Toss be sure that they have been specified in the message you signed. If there’s any discrepancy between the signed message and this function call you will have a failed transaction. The format for multiple Toss should be comma space separated i.e. 9689, 1234, 222, 2
- Click [Write] and you will be asked to sign the transaction with a gas fee. If you see a transaction that is in the thousands this is probably an error on Metamask wallet. Once you’ve signed the transaction you will need to wait for it to process and then you can see which token you’ve received on OpenSea.