Create NFT Smart Contract on Base Chain
Base Chain NFT smart contract generator FAQ
What are non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Base Chain?
What is the ERC721 token standard? How does it compare to ERC1155?
How to create your own NFT on Base Chain?
Can I customize the properties of my NFT such as name and symbol? Is it possible to change them after the NFT has been created?
How can I create & mint an NFT without any coding knowledge?
You can easily create & mint NFTs using NFT creators. Token Tool is a no-code smart contract generator designed to make creating & minting NFTs accessible for everyone.
To create & mint an NFT without coding, simply follow these steps:
a. Visit the Token Tool website and connect your Coinbase wallet.
b. Go to Create NFT, then select the option Collection Minting or Single Asset Minting.
c. Follow the steps on the page to fill in the desired configuration parameters.
d. Preview and confirm the transaction to mint your NFT on the Base Chain.
e. Once the NFT has been created, you will receive an NFT minting page link. You can redirect buyers to that page for them to easily mint your NFT.
Why should I use an NFT smart contract generator like Token Tool?
Using an NFT smart contract generator, or NFT maker like Token Tool offers several advantages:
How to sell an NFT?
When you create an NFT, you will ask yourself how to sell it and how to make money with NFT. The typical process of selling and making money with an NFT involves listing it on a marketplace such as Opensea. You will also find NFT drops radar websites (aka NFT calendars) that can be used as an additional means to promote your NFT. Token Tool by Bitbond provides you with an all-in-one solution to create and sell your NFT seamlessly.
Once your NFT is created and deployed to the network, you will receive an NFT minting page link. Users can then be redirected to the NFT minting page in order to buy your NFT. They will simply need to connect their wallet, insert the amount of NFTs they wish to mint, click on “Mint” to sign the transaction in their wallet and pay the minting fees. The fees consist of gas fees + the minting price that you set upon creating the NFT. The fee for the minting price is sent directly to the wallet address owning the NFT contract.