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A Guide to Viewing On-Chain Solana Inscriptions on Magic Eden
A Guide to Viewing On-Chain Solana Inscriptions on Magic Eden

Explore the true essence of your NFTs by revealing the on-chain images with Libreplex!

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Written by cavpatrol
Updated over a week ago

Welcome to Magic Eden, where the world of NFTs comes to life! While our platform provides a seamless trading experience with visually appealing displays, there might be instances, especially for SPL-20 tokens, where the showcased images differ from the actual on-chain uploads. Fear not! In this guide, we'll walk you through the process of using Libreplex to unveil the authentic on-chain image of your Solana Inscriptions.

Why the discrepancy?

Magic Eden employs a consistent and polished approach to presenting NFTs, sometimes altering the displayed images for aesthetic reasons. Creators can initiate this adjustment by reaching out to us through a support ticket at However, if you're eager to explore the genuine on-chain representation of your NFT, follow the steps below.

Viewing on-chain images with Libreplex

Navigate to Libreplex Scanner

Head over to the Libreplex scanner by visiting

Copy your mint address

On the Item Details page for your NFT on Magic Eden, locate the details section and copy your mint address.

Paste and explore

Paste the mint address into Libreplex's scanner. This action will unveil a treasure trove of on-chain inscription details related to your NFT.

Here, you can directly view the original image, experiencing the artwork in its unaltered, authentic form.

Congratulations! You've successfully discovered the on-chain beauty of your Solana Inscriptions using Libreplex. While Magic Eden strives to offer a visually cohesive experience, we understand the importance of exploring the raw, unfiltered essence of your NFTs. If you have further questions or would like assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to our support team. Happy exploring!

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