Check The Rarity of Your ESQ PFP

What Are JTC ESQ Ordinals?

The JTC ESQ Ordinals are a limited collection of 1,100 PFPs that were airdropped to the most active and loyal members of the Jurat community, following the Esquire’s Airdrop. These PFPs have been minted in order to show the true “OGs” within the Jurat community. If you want to mint your own JTC Ordinal, check out our how-to-mint guide.

Rarities And JTC Ordinals Explained

Rarity refers to the uniqueness and scarcity of a digital asset represented as a non-fungible token (NFT) or Ordinal. Every asset holds distinctive characteristics, making it one-of-a-kind in the blockchain, hence the term ‘non-fungible.’ Rarity factors may include specific features, limited editions, or unique attributes contributing to the token’s individual value and desirability within the digital art space.

The Key Features Of Your JTC Ordinal

Once you’ve received your JTC ESQ Ordinal, you’ll want to check the rarity of its various traits. There are four trait categories for you to consider when calculating the rarity of your PFP, they are the following:

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This refers to the category of a trait such as a background, body, mouth, outfits & headwear, or hand accessory.


This describes the trait such as a graying beard, brown body, black suit, or attorney robe. Your Ordinal may have just one trait or several.

Drop Count

The number of times the trait appears within the collection of 1,100 Ordinals.

Drop Percentage

The number of times the trait appears in the collection represented as a percentage.

How To Check Your ESQ’s Rarity

1. Identifying Your Ordinal’s Token ID

The first step in checking the rarity of your Ordinal is to identify its token number. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Open your Jurat Wallet.
  2. Press on ‘Ordinals’
  3. Press on your Ordinal.
  4. Find your Ordinal’s ‘Royalty Percentage’.
  5. This figure represents the token ID so for example, if the royalty percentage is 1095.0%, then your Ordinal’s ID is 1095.
Now you know your Ordinal’s token number, which is the first step in calculating its rarity. 

2. Identifying Your Ordinal’s Traits

To identify the individual traits of your Ordinal, you need to follow these steps:


  1. Copy the following link into your browser and add your token ID between the brackets
  2. Once you’ve added your token ID, the link should look like this
  3. The information displayed by your browser may appear confusing at first, but if we refer to the information about the four key traits, it will make sense.

In the case of #1095, we can see that it has the following traits:

You can double-check your Ordinal’s traits by using the JTC Ordinal explorer and comparing the image to your list of traits. 

Take a look at #1095 ESQ’s rarity traits.

3. Calculating The Rarity of your JTC Ordinal

You’re now ready to find out how rare your ESQ Ordinal’s traits are by checking their drop count and drop percentages. You simply need to refer to the ESQ drop rarity table, which you can find by clicking the button below and locating the traits that appear on your Ordinal. 

Let’s use #1095 as an example.

Now you have an overview of all the traits of your Ordinal. In the case of #1095, we can see that the majority of its traits are fairly common. Generally, Ordinal collectors consider 10% to be the threshold for ‘rare’ traits, which implies that apart from the Powdered Wig 61, this Ordinal has fairly common traits. 
However, percentages are just one-half of the story when it comes to Ordinals. Collectors will value traits because of how they look or their combination, so even if you’ve got a Goat with mostly common traits, it could still end up leading the herd.

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