How To Convert Photographs Taken From Phone To NFT(Non-Fungible Tokens)?

How To Convert Photographs Taken From Phone To NFT(Non-Fungible Tokens)?

A non-fungible item is unique and can’t be copied or substituted.

The Statue of Liberty, the Mona Lisa, and a ticket for a seat at the Super Bowl are all non-fungible items.

That is to say, they’re one-of-a-kind.

In the crypto world, if I hold one Ethereum token (ETH), it’s fungible because it’s worth the same as any other ETH token someone else is holding.

On the other hand, I currently own a Crypto Coven, a profile picture NFT project featuring drawings of witches with individual lore written for each one.

How To Convert Photographs Taken From Phone To NFT(Non-Fungible Tokens)?

First of all, you have to choose the marketplace where you’d like to list your future NFT.

Choose wisely, as there are tons of them, each having its own pros and cons.

If it looks too complicated to find the best one, try out this video, or choose among popular ones: OpenSea, Rarible, Foundation, etc.

This is how to create an NFT on OpenSea:

  • 1. (Obviously) Set up an OpenSea account.
  • 2. Go to your profile and choose “My Collections”. Note that if this is your first ever listing on OpenSea you will be asked to pay gas fees associated with the setup of your account.
  • 3. Choose “Create a Collection” to launch a new collection.
  • 4. Provide a collection name and description and upload an image logo.
  • 5. Select “Add Items”. You can use a host of formats for NFT art works, including images, audio, videos, and even 3D models.
  • 6. Once you have uploaded your NFT files, you can also decide on a category for your collection. It’s also necessary to provide social media links to your project.
  • 7. When you are done with all these fields, you can decide on the percentage for royalties. To do this, go to “My Collection” and specify the percentage — it is possible to set a fee up to 10%. Then provide the payout address where you wish to receive those fees. The OpenSea platform cannot split royalties to multiple addresses.

Bookmark and Visit us for Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency latest and regular updates

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.