Emblem Vault

Vault Minting

How to Mint a Vault


Before you can mint a vault, you must complete the vault creation process, which requires:
  • $20 dynamic fee, paid in ETH
  • Two one-time Approval transactions for first-time users
Both one-time approvals are necessary for both Emblem Open and Curated Collections contracts:
  1. 1.
    Approve Minting - This allows Emblem Vault to encrypt and store all private keys per vault using our third-party solutions, and then mint the vault on your behalf.

Emblem Open

Once you have completed the approvals, you will be presented with a selection of deposit addresses that are supported by Emblem Vault. This means you can deposit any type of cryptocurrency or NFT from that ecosystem that can be held by a native wallet on their respective blockchains.
  • Bitcoin/XCP/Omni
  • Stacks
  • Taproot (Bitcoin Ordinals)
  • Litecoin
  • Namecoin (with Auto-Renewal support)
  • Digibyte
  • Dogecoin
  • Bitcoin Cash/SV
  • Monacoin
  • Tezos
  • Solana
To be able to mint a vault to the Emblem Open contract, you must deposit a minimum of one or more assets. This is to prevent empty vaults from being sold on the open market.
For further assistance, please refer to the Tutorial section of this documentation.

Emblem Vault Curated Collections

After completing the approvals, you will be presented with a single deposit address that is specific to the Curated Collection. This means that you will need to deposit at least one of the selected NFTs. If it is a divisible asset, mint eligibility will not be approved until there is a balance of one or more. If you accidentally send the wrong asset to a curated vault, you will need to unlock it by selecting the Advanced Operations tab inside the vault.
For further explanation, please visit the Curated Collections tab under Tutorials in this documentation.