Creators needed crucial
While there are multiple marketing options (including Top Sellers, Trending NFTs, Featured NFTs and Featured Sellers), there were not many ways to promote creators or their works. There was a 38% click through rate for Trending NFTs feature at the time of initial testing
Creators needed an option for taking their NFTs completely offline. They felt offline NFTs preserved privacy features while trading within closed customer groups
Almost all creators wanted to generate copies of their NFTs, which increased sales potential
Unlike other NFT platforms, which offered a store or collection for creators to save unsold NFTs, Tiny NFT had options only to sell or download
Buyers were confused by the
Lack of advanced search, sort and filter options (such as by mp3, jpg, artist or category) made it difficult for users to browse specific types of NFTs. 28% of users weren't able to find the type of NFT they were looking for.
Multiple buy flow authentication processes/messages made purchasing long and confusing. Many users didn't know how to proceed after adding the NFT to their shopping cart.
92% of users expressed hesitation at using the Surprise/Locked NFT feature unless the seller was well established. The feature proved unusable or of little benefit for small and large sellers, alike.