No, not yet. Trove currently only supports NFTs that exist only on either Arbitrum (L2) or Ethereum Mainnet (L1).

Yes. Trove currently supports Arbitrum (L2) and Ethereum Mainnet (L1). Trove’s backend has been architected with the long view in mind to be extensible and potentially support additional chains and networks in the future.

No, Trove does NOT support an open or permissionless listing model. We do have plans to introduce this at some point in the future though.

Definition: Lazy minting is when an NFT is available ‘off-chain’ or outside the blockchain and is only minted after an NFT sale.
No. Lazy minting is NOT currently supported.


  • 2.5% to DAO treasury
  • 0-20% set by the collection owner

No. If you need to set or update your collection’s royalties, please contact the Trove team.

Yes, collections with free or paid mint models will be eligible for listing.
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Key Facts
Does Trove support cross-chain NFTs?
Does Trove support multiple chains?
Does Trove have an open or permissionless listing model?
Does Trove support lazy minting?
Collecting & Trading
Does Trove support offers / bidding?
How are royalties structured on Trove?
For Collections
Can I set or update my collection’s royalties manually?
Are collections with free or paid mints eligible to be listed on Trove?