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Enable Third-Party Cookies

What to do if you've connected your account but are still not getting access to membership features in the extension.
SuperSea uses cookies to authorize membership-only features. Your browser might sometimes block this cookie from being used on OpenSea and other websites, which prevents the SuperSea extension from activating your membership. You will need to change some browser settings to get around this issue.

Enable Third-Party Cookies on Google Chrome

Chrome doesn't block third-party cookies by default, but you might have changed this setting in the past. Navigate to chrome://settings/cookies and add an exception for opensea.io under "Sites that can always use cookies". Do the same for sudoswap.xyz and gem.xyz if you're using those.
You will also need to check the "Including third-party cookies on this site" checkbox:
You can verify that you have the correct cookie in the first place by navigating to chrome://settings/cookies/detail?site=api.nonfungible.tools. You should see a cookie named X-Refresh-Token here. As a last resort, you can try deleting the X-Refresh-Token cookie and reconnect at https://nonfungible.tools/connect.

Enable Third-Party Cookies on Brave

Brave always blocks all third-party cookies by default. You need to set "All Cookies Allowed" for nonfungible.tools and opensea.io https://support.brave.com/hc/en-us/articles/360023646212-How-do-I-configure-global-and-site-specific-Shields-settings-. Do the same for sudoswap.xyz and gem.xyz if you're using those.
You can also verify that you have the correct cookie in the first place by navigating to brave://settings/cookies/detail?site=api.nonfungible.tools. You should see a cookie named X-Refresh-Token here. As a last resort, you can try deleting the X-Refresh-Token cookie and reconnect at https://nonfungible.tools/connect.