How to mint your NFT?

How to mint your NFT?

1. Click Create to start the minting process. Make sure to prepare your content beforehand. 


2. Upload Your Content: UPLOAD your digital content to our platform. Ensure that your digital artwork meets our platform's guidelines and requirements. Accept the Terms and Conditions.

Then, fill out all the required fields, such as NFT Name, Description, Setting the percentage for Resale Royalty, and other relevant information, and click NEXT.

3. Click the Confirm Details button after checking that all details are correct.

4. Checkout by clicking the PAY AND MINT button to proceed with the minting.

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