Building Epic NFT Game Using React.js, Solidity, Nextjs

Epic Game

In our last repo we learnt how to create a DAO on your own and how to use governance tokens and NFTs for voting purposes. Now we will be stepping into the world of games with NFTs where a user has to play games with their character being an NFT which has unique powers, unique traits etc etc.

Gaming and Crypto

It's worth briefly talking about why gaming + crypto is so interesting. I feel like when most people talk about this topic they throw out really big numbers like, "Blah game did $1.2 billion in revenue this quarter" or something like that. But, it's more than that! It helps to explain why this stuff is cool.

For example, Axie Infinity is an NFT-based game that has done $2.6 billion dollars in NFT trades so far. But... what the f does that even mean?! lol.

Why are people losing their minds over things like this?

Note: this is an "Axie" NFT — which is the character you play as in Axie Infinity! Players buy Axie NFTs first, and then go play the game. Pretty weird, right? Buying the characters before you even play the game!

An Example with Nintendo

Let's say you're Nintendo and you made Super Mario Bros. Mario is now your IP. You're the creator. No one is allowed to create more games with Mario except you. You also want to control who makes % from your characters/universe.

Let's imagine a world instead, where we bring NFTs into the mix.

Let's say Nintendo comes out and says "Hey players! Here are 1,000,000 Mario NFTs. Go buy one for $10. We (Nintendo) are going to be making games that require players to own the Mario NFT in their crypto wallet to play them."

For example, players would be able to take their Mario NFT to play as Mario in Super Smash Bros, then maybe they could take their Mario NFT to play Super Mario Galaxy, etc.

The most important thing here is that the Mario NFTs smart contract code would have something special implemented by Nintendo around royalties.

For example, players would be able to sell their Mario NFTs on a marketplace.

In this case, Nintendo could say: "every time this NFT sells, we take 10% of whatever it sells for" and they can code that into the NFT contract itself. That means the original creators (Nintendo) can always get in on the profits in a variety of ways that don't require trusting anyone other than the blockchain.

That means as Mario rises in popularity, the NFT needed to play Mario games also rise in value. Nintendo could sell more Mario NFTs as well once the original 1,000,000 are gone. Up to them!

Coolest part? Players retain a ton of the value. Players can always hold/sell the original NFTs that would increase in value as the games/characters get more popular. It incentivizes players to help make the game huge as well. Everyone wins :).

This may sounds crazy but this is pretty much exactly how Axie Infinity works. It's doing billions of dollars in revenue every year. You can buy some Axie NFTs here and start playing. As the Axie universe grows more popular, the NFTs increase in value as well!

Issue: Inflation

You'll notice the Axies cost like $300+!!! That's insane and a major turn off for new players. You need three of them to even start playing, so, thats $1K right there.

This is basically caused by inflation in the marketplace. Only a certain # of Axies are being created today but the player base is growing far faster. The result? Crazy prices. There are solutions here that are being explored, but this is definitely a concern when it comes to NFT games. From the official Axie whitepaper:

"Axie population growth is a major factor within the Axie ecosystem. At any given moment, there exists some ideal inflation rate that allows us to grow to our maximum potential. Too slow and Axie prices are too high for everyday people to join; especially competitive Axies. Too fast and you get unhealthy inflation."

Bulding open games

I want to go over another benefit. Easily making games and universes that anyone else can build on via NFTs.

Imagine trying to get a deal with Nintendo to make a game with Mario in it. It would be near impossible unless you were a massive gaming company!! Nintendo would want to do a ton of paperwork detailing how royalties would work.

But, a cool aspect of NFT games is that anyone would be able to build on top of the Mario NFTs and the original creators can retain value.

For example, random game devs would be able to make games that required players to connect their wallet and verify they have the Mario NFT. If they did, then the game would start and the player's game would be able to access various Mario assets! But, what's in it for Nintendo? Well, as these games made by random devs get more popular it means the original Mario NFTs would rise in value which is good for Nintendo. Let's say you think all this stuff around "selling the NFT" is nonsense.

Well, Nintendo could even code the Mario NFT to say, "every time the Mario NFT is used in a new game, ask player to pay $10 from their Ethereum wallet."

$5 would go right to Nintendo's wallet. $5 would go right to the dev's wallet.

The possibilities are literally endless because we can program the royalty system to work however we want.

Get local env up

et's head to the terminal. Go ahead and cd to the directory you want to work in. Once you're there run these commands:

mkdir epic-game
cd epic-game
npm init -y
npm install --save-dev hardhat

Cool, now we should have hardhat. Let's get a sample project going.

npx hardhat

You'll also want to install something called OpenZeppelin which is another library that's used a lot to develop secure smart contracts. We'll learn more about it later. For now, just install it :).

npm install @openzeppelin/contracts

Then run:

npx hardhat run scripts/sample-script.js

Setup data for character NFTs.

How we're going to use playable NFTs

We already know what is an NFT. The goal of our game will be to destroy a boss. Let's say that boss has 1,000,000 HP. What players do is when they start the game, they mint a character NFT that has a certain amount of Attack Damage and HP. Players can order their character NFT to attack the boss and deal damage to it. Kinda like a Pokemon!

The goal? Players need to work together to attack the boss and bring its HP down to 0. The catch? Every time a player hit the boss, the boss hits the player back! If the NFT's HP goes below 0, the player's NFT dies and they can't hit the boss anymore. Players can only have one character NFT in their wallet. Once the character's NFT dies, it's game over. That means many players need to join forces to attack the boss and kill it.

Note: If you want your player to be able to hold multiple character in their wallet (like Pokemon) feel free to make the modifications on your own!

The important thing to know here is that the characters themselves are NFTs.

So, when a player goes to play the game:

  • They'll connect their wallet.
  • Our game will detect they don't have a character NFT in their wallet.
  • We'll let them choose a character and mint their own character NFT to play the game. Each character NFT has its own attributes stored on the NFT directly like: HP, Attack Damage, the image of the character, etc. So, when the character's HP hits 0, it would say hp: 0 on the NFT itself.

This is exactly how the world's most popular NFT games work :). We're going to build it ourselves! What we need to do first is basically set up our minting NFT code because, without that, players can't even get into our game to play!

Setup the data for your NFTs

Time for the fun part, setting up our character NFTs. Each character will have a few attributes: an image, a name, HP value, and attack damage value. These attributes will live directly on the NFT itself. We may add some more attributes later on.

The way our character NFTs will work is there will only be a set # of characters (ex. 3). But, an unlimited # of NFTs of each character can be minted. Again, you can change this if you want — for example if you want only a small # of a certain character to be minted.

So that means if five people mint character #1, that means all five people will have the exact same character but each person will have a unique NFT and each NFT holds its own state. For example, if Player #245's NFT gets hit and loses HP, only their NFT should lose HP!

If that doesn't make sense, don't worry! Let's just jump in the code — it'll slowly make more sense.

The first thing we need to do is actually have a way to initialize a character's default attributes (ex. their default HP, default attack damage, default image, etc). For example, if we have a character named "Pikachu", then we need to set Pikachu's base HP, base attack damage, etc.

Check comments in MyEpicGame.sol!!!

Next in run.js I will define my characters and their attributes

Check comments in run.js!!!

don't copy my characters. Come up with you own before moving on.

Maybe your characters can be from your fav anime or video game.

Maybe you don't even want characters. Maybe instead you want people to mint "weapons" that players using in the game like a sword, machine gun, or a laser cannon.

Maybe you want your characters to have things like "mana", "energy", or "chakra" where your character can cast certain "spells" using these attributes.

Customize your characters. It's what makes this fun + your own. For example, I added Leonardo DiCaprio and Pikachu as characters because I thought it'd be funny as hell lol — and I chuckle every time I see it haha.

Changing around little things like the character will make you feel more like it's your own thing and you'll be a little more motivated to build this thing all the way :).

Actually mint your NFTs locally.

Mint the NFTs

Now that we have all the data nicely set up for our characters, the next thing to do is actually mint the NFT. Let's go through that process.

Check comments in MyEpicGame.sol!!!

Remember, every player has their own character NFT. And, every single NFT has their own state like HP, Attack Damage, etc! So if Player #172 owns a "Pikachu" NFT and their Pikachu NFT loses health in a battle then only Player 172's Pikachu NFT should be changed everyone else's Pikachu should stay the same! So, we store this player character level data in a map.

Next, I have nftHolders which basically lets me easily map the address of a user to the ID of the NFT they own. For example, I would be able to do nftHolders[INSERT_PUBLIC_ADDRESS_HERE] and instantly know what NFT that address owns. It's just helpful to keep this data on the contract so it's easily accessible.

We have also inhertied ERC721 from OpenZepplin. The NFT standard is known as ERC721 which you can read a bit about here. OpenZeppelin essentially implements the NFT standard for us and then lets us write our own logic on top of it to customize it. That means we don't need to write boilerplate code.

Holding dynamic data on an NFT

So, as players play the game, certain values on their character will change, right? For example, If I have my character attack the boss, the boss will hit back! In that case, my NFT's HP would need to go down. We need a way to store this data per player:

nftHolderAttributes[newItemId] = CharacterAttributes({
  characterIndex: _characterIndex,
  name: defaultCharacters[_characterIndex].name,
  imageURI: defaultCharacters[_characterIndex].imageURI,
  hp: defaultCharacters[_characterIndex].hp,
  attackDamage: defaultCharacters[_characterIndex].attackDamage

A lot happening here! Basically, our NFT holds data related to our player's NFT. But, this data is dynamic. For example, let's say I create an NFT. By default my NFT starts with default stats like:

  characterIndex: 1,
  name: "Aang",
  imageURI: "",
  hp: 200,
  maxHp: 200,
  attackDamage: 50

Remember, every player has their own character NFT and the NFT itself holds data on the state of the character.

Let's say my character is attacked and loses 50 HP, well then HP would go from 200 → 150, right? That value would need to change on the NFT!

Or maybe we want our game to have upgradeable characters, where you can give your character a sword and add +10 attack damage from 50 → 60. Then, attackDamage would need to change on the NFT!

People often think that NFTs metadata isn't allowed to change, but, that's not true. It's actually up to the creator!!!

In this case, our character name and character image never change, but it's HP value definitely does! Our NFTs must be able to maintain the state of our specific player's character.

Running Locally

We run using run.js to test locally.

Check comments in run.js!!!

nftHolderAttributes hasn't actually attached to our NFT in any way. It's just a mapping that lives on the contract right now. What we're going to do next is basically attach nftHolderAttributes to the tokenURI by overriding it :).

Setup tokenURI

The tokenURI actually has a specific format! It's actually expecting the NFT data in JSON.

Let's go over how to do this :).

Create a new folder under contracts called libraries. We will use Base64 from OpenZepplin. This basically provides us with some helper functions to let us encode any data into a Base64 string — which is a standard way to encode some piece of data into a string. Don't worry, you'll see how it works in a bit!

We'll need to import that library into our contract. For that, add the following snippet near the top of your file, with the other imports.

Check comments in MyEpicGame.sol!!!

Deploy to Rinkeby, see on OpenSea.

Getting our NFTs online

When we use run.js, it's just us working locally.

The next step is a testnet which you can think of as like a "staging" environment. When we deploy to a testnet we'll actually be able to to view our NFT online and we are a step closer to getting this to real users.

Setup a deploy.js file

It's good practice to separate your deploy script from your run.js script. run.js is where we mess around a lot, we want to keep it separate. Go ahead and create a file named deploy.js under the scripts folder. Copy-paste all of run.js into deploy.js. It's going to be exactly the same right now.

I added a few extra calls to mintCharacterNFT as well just to test stuff out!

Check comments in deploy.js!!!

Deploy to Rinkeby testnet

We'll need to change our hardhat.config.js file. You can find this in the root directory of your smart contract project.


module.exports = {
  solidity: '0.8.0',
  networks: {
    rinkeby: {
      url: 'YOUR ALCHEMY_API_URL',

You can grab your API URL from the Alchemy dashboard and paste that in. Then, you'll need your private rinkeby key (not your public address!) which you can grab from metamask and paste that in there as well.

Run this command from the root directory of epic-game.

npx hardhat run scripts/deploy.js --network rinkeby

Check out your contract on Etherscan and OpenSea.

Here's my contract on Rinkeby Testnet:

Here's my NFT Collection on OpenSea:

Why is this epic?

It’s worth talking about why what you just did is a big deal.

Basically, you made an NFT. So, that’s already cool. People can own a character from your game in their wallet, yay!

But, these NFTs actually have attributes as well! Like attack damage, health, mana, or whatever else you added. So, that means the NFT itself is more than just a JPG — it has other elements that make it more interactive.

The biggest NFT game in the world, Axie Infinity, functions just like this as well. It's a turn-based, Pokemon style game where you fight against other players 1v1.

Check out all the different attributes it has on properties, levels, etc. Get inspired :). All these attributes they have actually affect how this character actually plays in the game itself!

What we’re going to do next is we’re going to actually program in logic to our NFT to “fight” a “boss” in our game. So, that means players will be able to take their NFT to the arena and collaborate with other players to “attack” a big boss you’ll create! When an NFT attacks this boss, the boss can attack the NFT back and the player's NFT will lose health. The HP value on OpenSea would change :).

Sorta like Pokemon!

That means our NFT will have utility outside of just being cool to look at.

This is pretty awesome. In normal games today, you’d buy a game and then pick your character (ex. like in Super Smash Brothers).

In this case, players pick their character NFT, then can play their NFT in-game, and own that character in their wallet forever or until they want to sell it to another player. The selling aspect is extremely interesting, because it means as the player you get something back for playing the game or helping it increase in popularity.

Another interesting thing is that players would be able to take their character NFT to other games that support it.

This is a pretty wild thing to think about. It’s one of the biggest reasons crypto + gaming is so cool.

Remember that Mario NFT example earlier, where others could build on top of Mario? Same deal here with our character NFTs!

For example, let’s say I have 100,000 people mint my “Pikachu” NFT for my game. Now, there are 100,000 unique players who own this NFT.

Another developer could come in and build another game on top of the Pikachu NFT and allow any player who has the NFT to enter their game and play it! They could make it where anyone w/ the Pikachu NFT would be able to play as Pikachu in their game. It’s totally up to them.

Note: In this case, the Pokemon creators might get mad lol. But, imagine Pikachu was your own original character!

Maybe stuff like HP and attack damage is even shared between games, meaning different games could build on top of the original attributes we created.

For example, let’s say we have other devs start building “items” on top of our NFT characters — like swords, shields, potions, etc. Maybe a dev builds something where an NFT character could “equip” a shield in and gain +50 defense. This can all be done in an open, permission-less way :).

On top of that, as the creator of the original Pikachu NFTs — I can charge a royalty fee every time someone buys/sells the original NFTs and that means as my NFTs gain popularity I would make money on every sale.

Okay — lets get to actually programming our game logic now :).

Build boss + attack logic.

Building our boss

So, in our game our character NFT will be able to attack a boss.

The whole goal of the game is to attack the boss and bring its HP to 0! But, the catch is that the boss has a lot of HP and every time we hit the boss it will hit us back and bring our HP down. If our character's HP falls below 0, then our character will no longer be able to hit the boss and it'll be “dead”.

Maybe in the future, someone else would be able to build a “revive” function that allows our dead NFTs to regain 100% health points ;). But for now, if our character dies it’s game over. And we can rest easy knowing our character did its best and took one for the team. That means we need other players to attack the boss as well, we can't do this alone.

Let’s first just build a basic boss struct and initialize its data, similar to how we did for our characters. The boss will basically have a name, an image, attack damage, and HP. The boss will not be an NFT. The boss’s data will just live on our smart contract.

We can add the following code right under where we declared nftHolderAttributes.

Check comments in MyEpicGame.sol!!!

We made good amount functions like attack boss where the player attacks boss and boss attacks the player back, we also coded some more function to get the reterival of all data from the contract and display it in frontend.

Getting the frontend

Now that we have access to a wallet address we can start minting character NFTs from our contract!

This section is going to help you understand how we will be rendering each state of our app. Why don't we just break down the logic real quick:

  • Scenario #1: If user has not connected to your app - Show Connect To Wallet Button
  • Scenario #2: If user has connected to your app AND does not have a character NFT - Show SelectCharacter Component
  • Scenario #3: If user has connected to your app AND does have a character NFT - Show Arena Component. The Arena is where users will be able to attack our boss!

Nice. So it looks like we have three different views we need to create! We are going to be getting into some pretty cool React.js that may be new to you. If you don't fully understand it - don't worry! Remember, Google is your friend :).

Getting started with React.js

Now this is where the fun REALLY starts. Writing and deploying your smart contract is one thing, but building a portal where anyone in the world can interact with the blockchain is just pure magic ✨.

We are going to be using react.js to build our web app. If you are already familiar with React, this will be a breeze. If you haven't done much React, don't worry! You can still make it through this project, but it may feel a bit more difficult. Don't give up! The more you struggle the more you learn 🧠.

Create a basic react app and then we start coding.

Building a connect to wallet button.

We will be doing this in the same manner as we have done in all the other projects.

Check comments in app.js!!!

Setting up the SelectCharacter Component

Let's start off with creating our SelectCharacter Component! Head to the src/Components/SelectCharacter folder and create a new file named index.js. This directory will hold the core logic for our SelectCharacter component as well as it's styling! You should already see a SelectCharacter.css file in there with a bunch of styling!

Oh, one thing to note - you probably see the LoadingIndicator component in the Components folder. Don't worry about that just yet, we will get to it later 🤘.

Go ahead and add the following code to the index.js.

Check comments in src/Components/SelectCharacter/index.js!!!

Showing the SelectCharacter Component

We are going to need to go back to the App.js file and import our newly created component. Right under where you import your App.css file add this line:

import SelectCharacter from './Components/SelectCharacter';

You now have access to your new component! We need to add just a tad bit of fanciness here to get our component to render, though.

Check comments in app.js!!!

Checking for a Character NFT.

The cool part about our game? We mint actual NFTs that are used to play and all the game logic happens on-chain. Earlier in this project, we set up all of our smart contract logic. Now it's time to actually interact with it.

The flow

The first thing we are going to start with is to check whether the wallet address connected to our app has a character NFT already. If it does, we can go ahead and grab the metadata from the wallet's NFT and use it to battle a boss in the metaverse ⚔️.

Here's the flow of getting our web app connected to our deployed smart contract on the Rinkeby Testnet:

  • Copy latest deployed contract address, paste it in to our web app.
  • Copy the latest ABI file, paste it into our web app's directory. (Later, we will delve more into what an ABI is).
  • Import ethers.js to help us talk to our smart contract from the client.
  • Call a function on our contract to make it do something!

Pretty straight forward, right? Let's dive in!

Get smart contract address

We are going to be using this address in multiple components, so, let's make it ezpz to get to! At the root of your project under src go ahead and create a constants.js file and add the following code:


Then head back to your App.js file and import this at the top of your file to get access to it, like so:

import { CONTRACT_ADDRESS } from './constants';

We get the abi from the artifacts folder as we did before in other projects.

ome notes on updating your Smart Contract.

Deployed contracts are permanent. You can't change them. The only way to update a contract is to actually re-deploy it.

Let's say you wanted to randomly change your contract right now. Here's what we'd need to do:

Deploy it again.

Update the contract address on our frontend (copy/paste from console log).

Update the abi file on our frontend (copy/paste from artifacts folder).

People constantly forget to do these 3 steps when they change their contract. Don't forget lol.

Why do we need to do all this? Because smart contracts are immutable. They can't change. They're permanent. That means changing a contract requires a full redeploy. Redeploying will also reset all the variables since it'd be treated as a brand new contract. That means we lose all our NFT data when we update the contract's code.

So, what you'll need to do is:

Deploy again using npx hardhat run scripts/deploy.js --network rinkeby

Change contractAddress in constants.js to be the new contract address we got from the step above in the terminal (just like we did before the first time we deployed).

Get the updated abi file from artifacts and copy-paste it into your web app just like we did above.

Again -- you need to do this every time you change your contract's code or else you'll get errors :).

Building the Character Select page.

We setup a resuable contract obj in src/Components/SelectCharacter/index.js to get the rendering of all available characters on the frontend.

Check comments in src/Components/SelectCharacter/index.js!!!

Building the Arena page.

At this point, we have been introduced to pretty much everything we need to know to build our React app. Let's jump right into setting up our Arena Component:

Just like with the SelectCharacter Component, let's create a new file in the Components/Arena folder called index.js. Again, you should already see an Arena.css file in this folder! Once you setup your base don't forget to get fancy with your styling 💅.

Check comments in src/Components/Arena/index.js!!!

Finishing touches on the UI.

Finishing touches on the UI

You've probably noticed quite a few spots where it wasn't indicated to the user that something was happening - when you did things like minted a character NFT or fetched big boss data. I wanted to go through and show you the loading indicators I thought could be cool to add!

We are going to setup a few loading indicators:

  • App.js - Waiting to see if the user has a minted NFT
  • SelectCharacter Component - Waiting for our character NFT to mint
  • Arena Component - Waiting for an attack action to finish

Remember that one LoadingIndicator component that was given to you? We are finally going to be able to use it!

Just like with the SelectCharacter Component, let's create a new file in the Components/LoadingIndicator folder called index.js. Again, you should already see an LoadingIndicator.css file in this folder! Once you setup your base don't forget to get fancy with your styling 💅.

Check comments in src/Components/LoadingIndicator/index.js!!!


Contract link on Etherscan deployed on Rinkeby Testnet:

NFT Collection on OpenSea:

Download details:

Author: dakshp07
Source code:

#next #nextjs #react #javscript #nft #blockchain #nfts #solidity

Building Epic NFT Game Using React.js, Solidity, Nextjs
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Ninjalerts also keeps track of token balance and wallet activity. Whenever a transaction is completed, users are notified of the recent changes in their wallets. Notifications are sent through phone or web browser, as the app is available for download on iOS, Chrome, and Android. As a smartphone app, Ninjalerts is ideal for NFT enthusiasts that are too busy to standby their computers or laptops.

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  • Real-time NFT trade alerts
  • Wallet activity tracking
  • NFT project previews


5. Icy Tools

Icy Tools boasts a robust platform in the discovery and analysis of data on the hottest NFTs out on the marketplace. It has one of the fastest data analytics interfaces, reporting real-time changes in floor price, sales, and volume data. 

Icy Tools is a recommended alternative for collectors and traders who simply don’t have the budget to afford Nansen. Icy Tools also offers cheaper weekly passes; if the platform proves to be beneficial in your NFT investments, you can also purchase an ICY Founders Club NFT for lifetime access.

Icy Tools is easy to navigate for both beginners and veterans in NFT minting. Trending NFT collections are ranked in ascending order, giving you an overview of significant figures such as floor price and volume. You can switch rankings by the hour, day, or month to review historical records. 

Perhaps you are on the lookout for the best contract to invest in and diversify your portfolio. Icy Tools performs well in giving you an overview of the performance of projects in their database. The platform also reports an in-depth transaction history of your wallet. Simply link your wallet and you’re good to go.


  • Real-time sale analysis
  • Wallet transaction history
  • NFT rarity sniping
  • Visual data transformation
  • Notification alerts


6. Compass Art

Compass is a wonderful tool to transform NFT enthusiasts into NFT experts with wiser decisions and profitable investments. NFTs are beyond one-of-a-kind digital collectibles, equating to precious valuables that can build your investment portfolio. Thus, it is important to invest in successful project launches and anticipate the arrival of more valuable collections.

Compass allows users to keep track of their portfolios and most importantly, get live access to wallets and minted tokens. Bear witness to how the top NFT investors are planning their next move according to the real-time fluctuations of the market. This way, you pick up some valuable techniques in investing in the most ideal project.


  • Collection discovery and early access to upcoming NFT collection
  • NFT rare sniping
  • Portfolio tracking
  • Insightful sales and trading reports
  • Real-time notifications


7. CryptoSlam

CryptoSlam is an established data aggregator for all things NFT. Recognized by business tycoon Mark Cuban, CryptoSlam provides NFT collectors and traders transparent information on the activity of the market. 

If you’re looking for efficiency in comparing NFT collections, CryptoSlam is the tool for you. Their project database is updated on a regular basis, so you can simply refer to CryptoSlam to track and compare floor prices. As the marketplace is  constantly evolving, this tool also allows you to track changes in sales and prices within 24 hours, over 7 days, for the month, and since the beginning of time. 

If you would rather monitor upcoming NFT releases, CryptoSlam also has you covered. A list of collections dropping in the near future is available for viewing. Interested collectors can set their timers in advance as every anticipated collection is detailed with its respective release date and time.


  • Daily statistics on blockchains by NFT sales
  • NFT collections ranking
  • NFT sales ranking


8. NFSea Tools

  • Real-time floor prices

NFSea is a strong contender as an all-around NFT tracker, analysis, and sniping tool. It features a strong suit of functions to help NFT enthusiasts support profitable projects, keep a close watch for price drops, and join in the excitement for up-and-coming NFT collections.

NFT trading and minting is not child’s play; to beat costly gas prices and other charges, you have to pay close attention to the changes in sales volume, supply, and floor price. NFSea allows you to stay ahead of the game and land profitable wins. Assessing the value and rarity of an NFT is also possible with rarity ranking; the rarer a collectible is, the higher its price goes.


  • NFT watchlist
  • NFT collection previews
  • NFT rarity rankings
  • Custom notification alerts


9. NFT OnChained

Artificial intelligence shines through with NFT OnChained. This revolutionary analysis tool uses AI to analyze, review, and report on the statistical figures of the NFT marketplace. Whereas other tools report rankings on the best-performing collections, NFT OnChained is focused on monitoring the market for the best bargains. It ranks underpriced NFTs from a variety of collections, all of which are awaiting ownership.

For a beginner, this unique feature of NFT OnChained is helpful in cutting down expenses without sacrificing NFT rarity. The platform supports NFT rarity ranking and scores to help collectors and traders make wise decisions before making a purchase.  

Additionally, you can further weigh your choices by evaluating key performance metrics. How well did the marketplace receive the collection? Is there discussion about this collection on social channels? How many collectors are bidding on this collection? These questions can help you reach a solid, well-informed conclusion. 


  • AI-powered NFT market analysis
  • Portfolio management
  • NFT rarity ranking and scoring
  • Underpriced NFT listing for bargain contracts
  • Key metric analysis for NFT collection value and brand exposure


10. BitDegree

BitDegree is the world’ first educational platform hosted on blockchain technology. With BitDegree, students can enroll in online courses and apply for scholarships based off the blockchain. This means incentives are in the form of cryptocurrency.

Today, BitDegree is also enriching the lives of NFT collectors and traders with its comprehensive analysis and tracker tool. BitDegree boasts a directory of 352 NFT collections from 3 different protocols. Users can be guaranteed that there is at least one successful project they can take interest in. 

That being said, key metrics analysis is also available to help you cross-check a project’s success. A wise NFT collector does not only look at the aesthetic quality of an NFT; other factors like frequency of minting, sales, and the percentage of tokens minted for an NFT must be considered.


  • Analysis of the top NFT collections
  • Tracking over 350 NFT collections
  • Key metrics analysis to evaluate market value and profitability of an NFT
  • Portfolio tracking


As an NFT enthusiast, growing your portfolio increases your wallet’s net worth and boost your reputation in the NFT industry. Keep up with the fast-paced developments and never miss an opportunity to discover or invest in rare, popular, and the latest NFT drops with NFT analytics tools.

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Top NFT Marketplace | Top Platform to Buy and Sell NFT You Should Know

In this post, we’ll discuss the Top NFT marketplaces in detail by reviewing the top NFT platforms in the space and show you how to purchase NFTs today.

The popularity of NFTs has skyrocketed in recent years, with the market reaching a $40 billion valuation. most NFTs tend to be digital. This makes it particularly easy for creators to give their supporters something rare and unique. Some NFTs, for example, are digital artworks, and people are now collecting these digital artworks, just like collectors have collected physical paintings for years. And some of these NFTs have gone for extraordinary prices. One NFT artwork by a digital artist called Beeple sold for $69 million at Christie's. 

A more down-to-earth version of a modern digital NFT is CryptoKitties. They are an Ethereum blockchain game where users can buy, sell and breed digital "cats." Every "cat" is unique (just like your real-life pet).

In some ways, NFTs are similar to Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies, except, of course, they are non-fungible and non-divisible. The first NFTs were part of the Ethereum blockchain, which stores extra electronic information to distinguish their uniqueness. Other blockchains now also facilitate NTFs. Because of the differing blockchain technology behind particular NFTs, not all NFT marketplaces buy and sell all types of NFT. Creators will often select an NFT marketplace based on whether that marketplace supports a specific NFC token standard. Ethereum has released two standards now: ERC-721 and ERC-1155. Competitor, Binance, has since released standards BEP-721 and BEP-1155. The two "1155" standards differ from the original "721" standards because they allow multiple NFTs to be bunched and transacted together.

Tips for choosing an NFT marketplace

First, remember that an NFT (non-fungible token) simply represents ownership of an asset. Before choosing an NFT marketplace, you'll first want to decide the kind of digital asset you're interested in buying, selling, or creating. Just about anything digital -- the written word, videos, video games, art, collectors items, etc. -- can be tokenized on a blockchain (such as Ethereum (CRYPTO:ETH), the most common blockchain network NFTs are built on), so narrowing down your interest is a good place to start.

Another consideration is the type of tokens supported on a marketplace. Some support a wide variety of tokens. Others are closed marketplaces and utilize a specific proprietary token. When opening an NFT marketplace account, be sure to fund your blockchain wallet with the right crypto or token required to participate in the site's activity. You'll be prompted to link your wallet to the NFT marketplace once you've opened up an account. Also check to see what kind of security the marketplace has in force, and if it has had any issues in the past.

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  • NFT marketplaces are your path to start investing in digital assets, collectibles, and art, but there are lots of options out there. Be sure to choose one that suits your buying and storage needs based on the type of NFT you're after and the crypto you're interested in using for transactions.
  • Also be aware that this is a new industry and is highly speculative. Some NFTs may rocket higher in value, but there's no guarantee. The value of digital art and collectibles works much the same as physical art and collectibles: Value is subjective and determined by factors such as uniqueness and the reputation of the artist who made it. Make a purchase -- if any -- with your overall investment strategy, net worth, and investment time horizon in mind.

If you’re looking to get involved in the NFT market, choose a reputable and cost-effective platform, and the best NFT marketplace for your investment needs.

Below we've gathered up the best and most interesting NFT marketplaces where you can sell and buy digital art. Whether you're buying, selling, or just NFT-curious, one of these marketplaces should suit your needs. After even if you're not planning to use an NFT marketplace at the moment, anyone in the creative industry right now should probably know what they are and how they work.

1. OpenSea

The broadest and most established NFT marketplace

NFT type: Art, music, photography, collectibles, sports, virtual worlds, and more

Blockchain: Ethereum, Polygon, Klatyn

  • Covers all types of NFTs
  • Accepts over 150 cryptocurrencies
  • Now also uses Polygon blockchain

- Uses Ethereum, which has high gas and carbon fees

is one of the oldest and most used NFT marketplaces. It's also one of the broadest, hosting every kind of NFT, from art to music, photography and sports collectables. Think of OpenSea as the Amazon of NFT marketplaces. It really does stock everything. This is supported by its support of more than 150 cryptocurrency payment tokens. OpenSea is easy-to-use and you can set up an account for free and start minting, selling and browsing in minutes. 

What's more, OpenSea now boasts that it's a gas-free NFT marketplace through cross-blockchain support. The marketplace now supports the Polygon cryptocurrency, which means you won't have to pay fees when making trades. 

Creators can create their own items on the blockchain using OpenSea's item minting tool. You can use it to make a collection and NFTs for free, without the need for a single line of code. If you're developing your own smart contract for a game, digital collectible, or some other project with unique digital items on the blockchain, you can easily get added to OpenSea.

If you're selling items on OpenSea, you can sell an item for a fixed price, create a declining price listing, or make an auction listing.

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2. Binance NFT

One of the largest and future-proof NFT marketplaces

NFT type: Any

Blockchain: BSC, ETH

  • Low fees, just 1%
  • Large and secure marketplace
  • Cash-out using Fiat

- Not artist-friendly

Binance is one of the largest crypto exchanges, and its Binance NFT is becoming one of the largest NFT marketplaces around. It's also supported by its own blockchain. For these reasons Binance NFT is seen as one of the most future-proof NFT marketplaces. 

Its size and scale mean this marketplace can offer exclusive partnerships and events others may envy. If you have Binance tokens (BNB) accessing the marketplace is even easier, and you can you can use ETH, BNB, and BUSD to bid. You can deposit ETH or BSC NFTs if you're looking to sell.

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3. Rarible

The NFT marketplace for rare media and sports collections

NFT type: Art, photography, games

Blockchain: Ethereum, Flow, Tezos

  • Choose from three blockchains
  • Community-owned
  • Can offer low carbon and gas fees

- Can be dominated by big brands

is an NFT marketplace designed to sell both single pieces of art and collections. It attracts sports, gaming, and media brands as well as artists releasing collections of works. Rarible is community-owned and promotes decentralisation. It uses its own token, RARI, and the platform's users take part in moderation and get to vote on any platform upgrades. Rarible has partnered with some big brands to secure artists work and create unique NFTs, including Adobe.

As well as Ethereum, Rarible uses Flow and Tezos blockchains. When you mint your NFT, you choose which token you'll use, and you can share search options with OpenSea. Which blockchain to choose is an interesting question. Ethereum is the most used for NFT minting, but its carbon footprint and gas fees are high. Tezos gas fees are low (around $0.50) but it's geared towards artists releasing collections. Flow uses what's called 'lazy minting', which means creators pay near-zero fees plus it's a 'proof-of-stake' blockchain, offering a far lower carbon footprint than Ethereum.

The platform places a particular focus on art assets. Creators can use Rarible to "mint" new NFTs to sell their creations, whether they be books, music albums, digital art, or movies. The creator can even show a sneak peek of their creation to everybody who comes to Rarible but limit the full project to the purchaser.

Rarible buys and sells NFTs in categories like art, photography, games, metaverses, music, domains, memes, and more. 

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4. Nifty Gateway

The NFT marketplace with big drops

NFT type: Digital art, verified and curated drops

Blockchain: Ethereum, backed by Gemini

  • You can buy with Fiat currency
  • Makes use of limited Open Editions

- Dominated by celebrity NFTs

Nifty Gateway is a popular NFT marketplace that has sold artworks from digital artists and celebrities like Beeple, Pak, Daniel Arsham, and Grimes. The platform is managed by Gemini, a regulated and secure crypto exchange, and is considered a high-end marketplace due to its collaboration with popular creators and brands. 

One of the things that make Nifty Gateway unique is it allows creators to receive a percentage of secondary market sales. So, when someone purchases your NFT, you will receive a cut from the sales. Moreover, Nifty Gateway has “open editions,” which allow creators to mint unlimited editions of their works for a limited time. 

Additionally, Nifty Gateway makes selling NFTs easier for creators by handling all the technical aspects related to the creation and sale of NFTs by providing you with technical assistance. If you also happen to be a collector, Nifty Gateway lets you purchase other NFTs using fiat currencies. 

Unlike most NFT marketplaces, Nifty Gateway hosts the NFTs it acquires. This means that the NFTs you sell or purchase aren’t stored in a wallet. Instead, they’re held by Nifty Gateway and Gemini and are stored in your Nifty account. 

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5. Magic Eden

The best Solana NFT marketplace

NFT type: Digital art, verified and curated drops

Blockchain: Solana

  • Focused on using Solana
  • Excellent selection of big name drops

- Only uses Solana

Magic Eden is a Solana NFT marketplace that bills itself as a “web3-first marketplace”. To date, it has over 7,000 collections and a secondary trading volume of $1.6 billion. 

Aside from being an NFT marketplace, Magic Eden also supports game creators and launched Eden Games, a hub for NFT games on the Solana blockchain. It also offers partnership and whitelabel marketplaces, allowing others to create their own marketplaces. Some NFT marketplaces powered by Magic Eden include Thugbird’z Thugstore and Galactic Geckos NFT. 

Additionally, Magic Eden has its Launchpad, its exclusive minting platform. It gives creators access to hassle-free minting that comes with dedicated development support. Creators can start minting in just four simple steps:

  • Visit the launchpad.
  • Connect your Solana wallet.
  • Wait for the public or presale mint countdown.
  • Start minting after the countdown.

Magic Eden also gives artists another option for minting. You can mint your NFT on an NFT collection’s own website on the Magic Eden platform. To know more, you can join a collection’s Discord server.  

Because it’s built on the Solana blockchain, Magic Eden only allows users to use Solana wallets like the Phantom wallet.

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6. SuperRare

The NFT platform with an art gallery feel

NFT type: Digital art

Blockchain: Ethereum

  • Curated and rare artwork
  • Has a fine gallery mood
  • Fantastic editorial blog

- Accepts low number of applicants

SuperRare has a strong focus on being a marketplace for people to buy and sell unique, single-edition digital artworks. Each artwork is authentically created by an artist in the network and tokenized as a crypto-collectible digital item that you can own and trade. They describe themselves as being like Instagram meets Christie's, offering a new way to interact with art, culture, and collecting on the internet.

Each artwork on SuperRare is a digital collectible– a digital object secured by cryptography and tracked on the blockchain. SuperRare has built a social network on top of the marketplace. As digital collectibles have a transparent record of ownership, they're perfect for a social environment.

All transactions are made using ether, the native cryptocurrency to the Ethereum network.

At the moment, SuperRare works with a small number of hand-picked artists; however, you can use a form to submit your artist profile to get on their radar for their upcoming full launch.

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7. Async Art

This NFT marketplace is a leader in programmable art

NFT type: Programmable art

Blockchain: Ethereum

  • Forward-looking digital art
  • Supports multiple creators and owners
  • Blueprints offers a new opportunity

- Some advanced NFT knowledge needed

Async Art is an NFT marketplace known for 'programmable art'. Each work of art is made up of a Master and Layers; Masters are the entire NFT while Layers are separate elements that make up the art, and can be modified. Everything is 'Tokenized' meaning that different artists can own different layers and contribute to transforming the artwork. 

Programmable art is at the avant-garde of digital art. It enables multiple creators to alter an artwork over time, and it's a kind of NFT art that can't be shared on more traditional gallery platforms such as SuperRare. Async Art has also launched Blueprints, enabling artists to create generative projects in the vein of Bored Apes.

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8. MakersPlace

An NFT marketplace hosting established fine and modern artists.

NFT type: Commercial and fine art

Blockchain: Ethereum

  • Buy NFTs from established artists
  • Good mixture of impressive art
  • Scarce and rare NFTs

- Can be expensive

MakersPlace is another interesting NFT marketplace for more serious art. Here you can find established artists, galleries and institutions offering NFTs of their work, including the likes of Damien Hirst , Christie’s auction house and comic legend Robert Liefeld. 

Artists on MakersPlace digitally sign their art. which is recorded on the blockchain. Only a limited number of authentic editions are minted creating scarcity, and buyers get full ownership of the artwork – even if the art is downloaded and copied, it won't be authentic or carry the artist's digital signature.

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9. Mintable

A newcomer that makes creating and selling NFTs very easy

NFT type: Art, music, animation, games, video, media

Blockchain: Ethereum, ImmutableX

  • Very easy to use
  • Broad and varies NFT selection
  • Free Mintable University courses

- The quality varies wildly

Mintable is an NFT marketplace that’s built on the Ethereum blockchain. It lets creators mint their NFTs for free and makes it easy for you to sell or auction your works. While it’s still relatively new to the industry—it was founded in 2018—Mintable is backed by a billionaire entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban. 

On Mintable, a variety of users, like musicians and animators, can create, distribute, purchase, sell, and trade their digital assets. The platform allows creators to use smart contracts on the blockchain so they can create digital assets even without knowing how to code. It also lets creators turn their digital files like PDFs and MP4s into NFTs that they can market through their own Mintable store.

Mintable is easy to use and lets creators mint and list items using the platform’s gasless feature (if you mint using Immutable X). What makes Mintable so appealing to both creators and collectors is its impressive collection of digital assets, which can range from art to games. If you’re new to selling NFTs, visit the Mintable Academy, which covers topics such as how to create your own store, how to sell more items, and how to promote them.

Before you can fully utilize Mintable, you need to purchase Ethereum first from exchanges like Gemini and Binance. You then have to connect your wallet, where you can store your digital assets and cryptocurrency, to Mintable to facilitate all of your marketplace transactions. Mintable supports the MetaMask wallet. As of writing, it has stopped supporting Coinbase.

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10. Institut

NFT type: Collectibles, Digital Fashion, Generative, Genesis, NFTism, Pixel, Uncategorized, Utility, Virtual Worlds

Blockchain: Ethereum

Unlike most NFT marketplaces that are founded or run by tech companies or entrepreneurs, Institut is a platform that’s designed with an “’art-first’ perspective,” according to Institut co-founder Joe Kennedy. It’s a premier NFT platform that uses new and emerging technologies to not only empower artists but also to open the world of NFTs to contemporary art enthusiasts. It also aims to act as a bridge that connects two disparate art communities: traditional and digital.

Think of it as like an online contemporary art gallery, but for NFTs. The artworks and artists on the platform are highly curated. But while it’s currently an invitation-only program, Institut encourages artists to submit their work for review. If your submission is successful, you’ll then receive an invitation from the Institut team.

The platform houses an eclectic mix of international artists. Institut’s current roster includes Adrian Schachter, Betty Leung, and HUSH. 

Institut is both an NFT platform and marketplace. It can mint NFTs on the artist’s behalf and gives artists access to an Institut wallet they can use to store their creations. You can also use the same wallet to purchase other NFTs via live auctions or fixed-price sales.  

While it’s built on the Ethereum blockchain, Institut uses a hybrid system that eliminates the need for gas fees. This same system also lets other enthusiasts purchase NFTs even without a Metamask wallet by using their email addresses and credit cards. 

Artists get an 85% cut of the primary sales and up to 10% for secondary sales. 

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11. Zora

NFT type: Art, Collectibles

Blockchain: Ethereum

Zora started as an invitation-only NFT marketplace. However, it has since become an open platform that allows creators, collectors, and artists to buy and sell a range of NFT types, including art, music, and media. It operates as a media registry protocol that lets creators publish their works, earn money from sales proceeds, and allow other users to create and share their work. 

Zora’s manifesto pushes for collaboration and the implementation of “Collective Creation,” where the platform and its users can work together to create a more transparent, accessible, and ownable infrastructure. One of the ways Zora makes this happen is by giving creators more ownership rights and making sure they get compensated for their work. You can have perpetual bids, which allows other users to place a bid on your works using any currency. It also has a zero-fee protocol, so you won’t get charged when you list and sell your NFTs on the platform.

Zora has a unique framework. Instead of selling copies of digital goods and creating artificial scarcity, it pushes creators to make one original work that’s openly accessible to other users. The token itself can be resold any number of times, and as it gains popularity, collectors can purchase the work directly from the artist. If you manage to sell an NFT, you get a cut from every sale. If your token becomes more popular, then there’s more opportunity for you to earn more.

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12. Decentraland

NFT type: Land, Estates, Avatar wearables, Collectibles

Blockchain: Ethereum, Polygon

Decentraland is a VR world created on the Ethereum blockchain, which helps make it a safe and reliable NFT marketplace. It lets users acquire virtual properties and other digital assets like wearables, art, and even names, which are stored in smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain. 

Aside from allowing you to purchase digital assets, Decentraland also lets you create your own assets that you can list on the Decentraland Marketplace. It has an easy-to-use drag-and-drop Builder tool that lets you create avatars and 3D scenes. 

What makes Decentraland different from other marketplaces is its tokens are designed to have the same worth and transferability as that of their real-world counterparts. 

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13. Portion

NFT type: Digital Art, Digital Fashion, Generative Art, Meme, Photography

Blockchain: Ethereum, PRT

Portion is an online marketplace connecting artists and collectors through Blockchain technology to easily sell, invest and own art and collectibles with complete transparency. It includes the Artist Community, a global network of decentralized artists and creators.

Portion allows anyone to be a collector. You can manage your physical and digital collection in one place, making it easy to exchange crypto for art and collectibles.

Portion Tokens are ERC-20 assets on the Ethereum Blockchain and exist to decentrally govern and vote on the platform's future. New tokens are released for liquidity mining, artist grants, partnerships, and future team members. New Portion Tokens are also distributed when artists create new NFTs, currently being worth 500 PRT each.

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14. Enjin Marketplace

NFT type: Gaming, Art, Collectibles, Music, Sports

Blockchain: Enjin, EFI

Enjin Marketplace is a mechanism by which you can explore and trade blockchain assets. It is the official marketplace for Enjin based NFTs. To date, it has enabled $43.8 million of Enjin Coin to be spent on digital assets, involving 2.1 billion NFTs. 832.7K items have been traded. You can use the Enjin Wallet to easily list and purchase gaming items and collectibles.

The Projects page features Enjin-powered blockchain projects, from game item collections like the Multiverse and games like Age of Rust and The Six Dragons to gamified reward programs such as Microsoft's Azure Heroes, community-created collectibles, and NFTs by companies like Binance and Swissborg.

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Frequently asked Questions

There's a lot of jargon involved in the world of NFT marketplaces, and some controversy around NFTs themselves. Many NFT marketplaces are trying to make their platforms easier to use, and some even now take debit and credit cards as well as crypto wallets, so creating, selling and buying NFTs is becoming easier. Below are the answers to some common questions many newcomers to the NFT scene still have.

  • Can I avoid gas fees?

Yes, some NFT marketplaces are offering gas-free minting. These including OpenSea and Rarible. This approach essentially places the gas fee on the buyer not the creator, so it will show in the sale (a little like VAT, or the fuel tax added by some airlines). There are some blockchains that have no gas fees or at least lower fees. These include Polygon on Opensea, or ImmutableX on Mintable. Before minting or buying an NFT, look into the fees and at which blockchain and token are being used.

  • Do I need a crypto wallet?

In most cases, yes. In most cases, you will need to pay in cryptocurrency to mint an NFT, or to buy an NFT. As a result, most NFT marketplaces require you to create a crypto wallet to mint and trade NFTs. A common one is MetaMask, though Coinbase is another secure wallet. Some newer NFT marketplaces, such as Nifty Gateway, have started allowing the use of Fiat currency payments (US dollars, etc) via credit and debit cards, making access to NFTs easier.

  • Can anything be an NFT?

Yes. Any kind of digital file can be stored as an NFT. Most marketplaces are set up for digital artwork, but more are now supporting video, game assets, and music. Physical items are also now digitised as NFTs, for example physical limited edition Nike trainers. Expect NFTs to exist on and between the digital and physical spaces in the future.

  • Are NFTs controversial?

Yes. You can't escape the fact Ethereum minting has a high carbon footprint, but perhaps not as high as some believe. Yet everyone accepts there is a problem. Ethererum 2.0 should solve this issue, and is due this year.


In conclusion, this guide has discussed the top NFT platforms available to investors today, highlighting their features and exploring various marketplace types. Deciding where to buy NFT tokens for the first time can seem daunting – although if you use the information presented in this article, you’ll be able to streamline the process significantly.

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Detailed Guide on NFT Marketplace Development

What Are Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs)?

Digital Asset - NFT is a digital asset that represents collectibles like art, music, and games with an authentic certificate created by blockchain technology that underlies Cryptocurrency. 

What is NFT Marketplace?

NFT Marketplace is where people can buy and sell Non-Fungible tokens (NFTs) easily. Tokens can be auctioned or sold at a fixed price. 

Properties of NFTs

Each NFT own well-defined properties and unique identity. This separates cryptocurrency is like bitcoin technology. NFTs exist as a whole and cannot be broken down into smaller units.

  • Freely Tradeable

Like Cryptocurrencies, NFTs have a special marketplace where they are listed and can be purchased and sold. 

  • Authenticity

NFT is a public record of ownership that can be verified by anyone who wishes to. Right to title, transfer, and income is still a matter of grey areas.

How to Develop an NFT Marketplace?

  • Work on Particular Niche

Research your target market and what they want in your platform. Doing market research will help you to personalize your Marketplace. 

  • Choose Right Blockchain Model

Choosing the right blockchain technology will help you to make your decisions clear.

  • Innovative UI/UX Design

Users will first notice the UI of your marketplace this will make an feel good or bad. So the UI must be attractive, engaging, and straightforward. 

  • Smart Contracts.

Designing smart contracts on the blockchain requires expertise and knowledge of the technology, security, marketplace, and knowledge products being sold.

Important Features add to your NFT Marketplace. 

  • An Engaging storefront

An attractive and innovative marketplace is very important. It can also serve as a dashboard for registered users where users spend more time. 

  • Improved Search Optimization

NFT Marketplace has countless items of digital art, users can not find the desired art on the website. Therefore, an advanced search option that filters can help to find desired art.

  • Sort Filters

Filters help users to search according to their selected criteria and to help to find the right product quickly and efficiently. 

  • Buy and Sell

Collectors must be able to place a bid from the listing page or from the storefront. Digital art details like reserve price, highest bid, and last date of the bid should be easily available.

The pros of NFTs 

So, NFT are clearly popular right now. But what are the positives of NFTs? We’ve pointed out some potential pros below: 

  • NFT give artists ownership over digital assets. And gives them the chance to not only show authenticity but to then profit from their work.
  • NFTs are unique and collectable. They provide an extra layer of legitimacy to collectable content in the form of digital assets.
  • NFTs are immutable. Because non-fungible tokens are blockchain-based, they can never be erased or replaced.
  • They can include smart contracts. Smart contracts are another feature of blockchain technology that is quite intriguing. Particularly, they can store instructions that are executed when certain conditions are met.


There is no doubt that NFTs are the next big thing. If we look at the trends and technology, launching an NFT Marketplace is an idea worth chase. 

 If you want to see if the NFT marketplace is doing you can look at how opensea and Rarible are doing. If you want to know more in detail please answer please read the full blog here: 

How to Build NFT Marketplace & Everything You Should Know


#marketplace #nft #nftmarketplace #ecommercedevelopment #nfts 

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  • 静的NFTと動的NFTについて話し合う
  • Solidityで動的NFTを作成する



作成されるNFTの大部分は静的です。静的NFT は、変更できないブロックチェーンに記録された永続的に不変の特性を持つNFT です。これらのタイプのNFTは、静止画像、ビデオ、gifファイル、音楽、ロック解除可能な要素などです。たとえば、静的NFTは、バスケットボール選手がバスケットボールをバスケットに撃ち込む写真である可能性があります。

動的NFTまたはdNFTは、NFT空間の進化における次の段階です。これらは、NFTの検証可能な独自の品質と動的データ入力を組み合わせたものです。これらのNFTへの動的入力は、オンチェーンまたはオフチェーンの計算から行うことができます。 オラクル は、現実世界のNFTに動的データ要素を提供する上で重要な構成要素です。たとえば、動的NFTは、バスケットボールプレーヤーの統計であり、そのプレーヤーの実際のパフォーマンスを反映するためにリアルタイムで更新されます。









ムーディーゴーストの変更式を実験して確認するには、Open Seaに移動して、特定のNFTのメタデータを更新します。次に、Webページをリロードします。必要に応じて、NFTの画像と特性が変更されます。







  1. 個人またはプロセスがNFTトークンURIのスマートコントラクトをリクエストします
  2. スマートコントラクトは処理のリクエストを受け取ります
  3. 契約はオンチェーンデータを要求し、結果が処理されます
  4. スマートコントラクトは、Oracleを使用してオフチェーンデータを呼び出し、結果が処理されます
  5. コントラクトは、オンチェーンおよび/またはオフチェーンデータを評価し、メディア1またはメディア2をリクエスターに返します








// SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT

pragma solidity ^0.8.12;

//import Open Zepplin contracts
import "";
import "";

contract NFT is ERC721 {

    using Strings for uint256;

    uint256 private _tokenIds;
    string public baseExtension = ".json";

    //create two URIs. 
    //the contract will switch between these two URIs
    string aUri = "URIaaaaaaaaaa";
    string bUri = "URIbbbbbbbbbb";
    constructor() ERC721("NAMEOFTOKEN", "TOKENSYMBOL") {}
    //use the mint function to create an NFT
    function mint()
    returns (uint256)
        _tokenIds += 1;
        _mint(msg.sender, _tokenIds);
        return _tokenIds;
    //the token URI function will contain the logic to determine what URI to show
    function tokenURI(uint256 tokenId) public view virtual override returns (string memory)
        "ERC721Metadata: URI query for nonexistent token"
        //if the block timestamp is divisible by 2 show the aURI
        if (block.timestamp % 2 == 0) {
            return bytes(aUri).length > 0
            ? string(abi.encodePacked(aUri, tokenId.toString(), baseExtension))
            : "";

        //if the block timestamp is NOT divisible by 2 show the bURI
            return bytes(bUri).length > 0
                ? string(abi.encodePacked(bUri, tokenId.toString(), baseExtension))
                : "";












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Saul Alaniz


NFT Dinámicos En Ethereum

Los NFT dinámicos (tokens no fungibles) son el siguiente paso en la evolución de los tokens no fungibles. Combinan la singularidad de un token no fungible con entradas dinámicas de datos dentro y fuera de la cadena. Los NFT dinámicos están diseñados para evolucionar o cambiar con el tiempo y el secreto de sus habilidades dinámicas radica en sus contratos inteligentes.

En este tutorial vamos a:

  • Discutir NFT estáticos vs dinámicos
  • Cree una NFT dinámica en Solidity

Si es la primera vez que aprende sobre NFT o si desea crear un proyecto de NFT, le recomendamos que comience su viaje leyendo Cómo crear e implementar una colección de NFT y/o un contrato ERC721 que admita regalías de ventas .

NFT estáticos frente a dinámicos

La mayoría de las NFT creadas son estáticas . Un  NFT estático  es un NFT con rasgos inmutables permanentemente registrados en la cadena de bloques que no se pueden modificar. Estos tipos de NFT son imágenes fijas, videos, archivos gif, música, elementos desbloqueables, etc. Por ejemplo, un NFT estático podría ser una imagen de un jugador de baloncesto que lanza una pelota a una canasta.

Las NFT dinámicas o dNFT son la siguiente etapa en la evolución del espacio NFT. Combinan las cualidades únicas verificables de NFT con entradas de datos dinámicas. Las entradas dinámicas a estos NFT pueden provenir de cálculos dentro o fuera de la cadena. Los oráculos  son un componente clave para proporcionar elementos de datos dinámicos a las NFT del mundo real. Por ejemplo, una NFT dinámica podría ser de las estadísticas de un jugador de baloncesto que se actualizan en tiempo real para reflejar el rendimiento real de ese jugador.

Los contratos inteligentes hacen posible que los NFT evolucionen con el tiempo. Cuando se solicita un token NFT, el contrato inteligente determina qué datos devolver al usuario. El contrato inteligente puede evaluar los datos en la cadena y/o los datos fuera de la cadena utilizando un Oracle para determinar cómo responder. Esto hace que las NFT dinámicas sean muy emocionantes, ya que puede tener una NFT que cambia, se actualiza y se expande con el tiempo.

Ejemplo de una NFT dinámica

No hay tantos NFT dinámicos en el mercado. Un ejemplo es la colección Moody Ghost en Open Sea. Tenga en cuenta que esto no es un respaldo para el proyecto Moody Ghost, solo un ejemplo de un NFT dinámico. El contrato inteligente evalúa los datos en cadena para activar el cambio de expresión de la boca del fantasma.

temperamental fantasma dinámico NFT


Below is an example of the same Moody Ghost NFT with different mouth expressions that are triggered by on-chain data. Read the smart contract to determine how this works.

Fantasmas malhumorados de nfts dinámicos


To experiment and see a Moody Ghost change expressions go to Open Sea and refresh the metadata for a particular NFT. Then reload the web page. The NFT picture and traits will change if warranted.

nfts dinámicos en ethereum moody ghosts


How does a dynamic NFT work

flujo de proceso nft dinámico en Solidity


A dynamic NFT can have the following process flow.

  1. A person or process makes a request to a smart contract for a NFT tokens URI
  2. The smart contract receives the request for processing
  3. The contract makes a call for on-chain data and results are processed
  4. The smart contract makes a call for off-chain data using an Oracle and results are processed
  5. The contract evaluates the on-chain and/or off-chain data and returns media 1 or media 2 to the requestor

Nota: Se pueden usar datos en la cadena, datos fuera de la cadena o una combinación de ambos para crear una NFT dinámica.

Crear una NFT dinámica

Vamos a crear un NFT dinámico en Solidity. Para este tutorial, crearemos un contrato de token ERC721 NFT muy básico. Este contrato simbólico es un contrato básico que nos permite centrarnos en los componentes del contrato que lo hacen dinámico.

La función token URI es donde reside la lógica para cambiar entre dos URI. En este ejemplo particular, la función evalúa los datos en cadena (marca de tiempo del bloque) para determinar qué URI devolver al solicitante. En este ejemplo particular, hay dos conjuntos de imágenes y archivos json implementados en ipfs.

imágenes nft dinámicas y json en IPFS


Compile e implemente el contrato de ejemplo NFT dinámico a continuación en Remix. Lea los comentarios en el código para comprender cómo funciona el contrato inteligente.

// SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT

pragma solidity ^0.8.12;

//import Open Zepplin contracts
import "";
import "";

contract NFT is ERC721 {

    using Strings for uint256;

    uint256 private _tokenIds;
    string public baseExtension = ".json";

    //create two URIs. 
    //the contract will switch between these two URIs
    string aUri = "URIaaaaaaaaaa";
    string bUri = "URIbbbbbbbbbb";
    constructor() ERC721("NAMEOFTOKEN", "TOKENSYMBOL") {}
    //use the mint function to create an NFT
    function mint()
    returns (uint256)
        _tokenIds += 1;
        _mint(msg.sender, _tokenIds);
        return _tokenIds;
    //the token URI function will contain the logic to determine what URI to show
    function tokenURI(uint256 tokenId) public view virtual override returns (string memory)
        "ERC721Metadata: URI query for nonexistent token"
        //if the block timestamp is divisible by 2 show the aURI
        if (block.timestamp % 2 == 0) {
            return bytes(aUri).length > 0
            ? string(abi.encodePacked(aUri, tokenId.toString(), baseExtension))
            : "";

        //if the block timestamp is NOT divisible by 2 show the bURI
            return bytes(bUri).length > 0
                ? string(abi.encodePacked(bUri, tokenId.toString(), baseExtension))
                : "";

Pruébalo en  Remix


After you deploy the contract above in Remix mint a token using the mint function. Then use the tokenURI function to obtain the URI for token 1. Invoke the tokenURI function multiple times to see the URI change. The above example illustrates one way to create a dynamic NFT.

URI for token 1 returns aUri

cambios dinámicos de uri de token nft

URI for token 1 returns bUri

cambios dinámicos de uri de token nft


Evolving NFTs

There are multiple ways to implement a dynamic NFT and the example above is one approach. Another method is to store all metadata on the blockchain so it can not be change. Your requirements and use case will dictate your technical implementation.

Este código es solo para fines de aprendizaje y entretenimiento, por lo que no lo use en un entorno de producción. Este código no ha sido auditado, así que utilícelo bajo su propio riesgo. Recuerde que los contratos inteligentes son experimentales y podrían contener errores.


#nfts #ethereum 

NFT Dinámicos En Ethereum
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Telegram :

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非代替トークン(NFT)は、ユニークな芸術作品、写真、または重複コピーがなく、暗号通貨を使用してオンラインで取引できるデジタルコンテンツです。NFTは最近活況を呈しています。彼らは暗号トークンを使用してデジタル資産の所有権を提供し、それはブロックチェーンテクノロジーのユースケースの1つです。NFTを初めて使用する場合は、独自のNFTを作成する前に、この記事を読むことを強くお勧めします。NFT とは何ですか。また、参加する必要がある理由(または参加しない理由)





  • 暗号ウォレット-バランスの取れた暗号ウォレットが必要になります。NFTを作成するときは、料金を支払う必要があります(ブロックチェーンに応じて小または大)。
  • NFTマーケットプレイス-NFTを作成し、販売用にリストするWebサイトまたはすべて。
  • NFTアイテム/収集品-販売したい独自のデジタル作品。

さらに、暗号通貨についてある程度の知識が必要です。どのマーケットプレイスでもNFTを作成して作成できます。利用可能ないくつかのマーケットプレイスがあります。ただし、この記事では、Stratis NFTマーケットプレイスの例を取り上げ、このマーケットプレイスで独自のNFTを作成する方法を示します。



この記事では、  StratisphereNFT マーケットプレイスで新しいアセットを作成する方法を説明します。簡単に言えば、最初のNFTを作成する方法。


Stratis Wallet:独自のNFTを作成するには、StratisWalletが必要です。デスクトップ、Android、またはiPhone用のウォレットは stratishere.comからダウンロードできます。




  1. digifinexからCRSを購入し、CirrusをモバイルStratisウォレットに送信します。
  2. すでにStraxをお持ちの場合は、下の図のように右上隅にあるCirrusを選択して、Stratisモバイルウォレットに送信できます。

  3. Straxをお持ちでない場合は




まず、サイト stratisphere.comを開き、  [ログイン]をクリックする必要があります。





StratisphereのNFTマーケットプレイスに正常にログインします 。







[新しいアセットの作成]オプションをクリック して、新しいアセットを作成し ます。このオプションは、NFTに関連する情報を入力し、NFTをアップロードするためのフォームを開きます。NFTはあなた自身の仕事でなければならないことに注意してください。





次に、ストラティスフィア ログインのようなモバイルウォレットでスキャンする必要があるQRコードがあり ます。




これでプロファイルに移動でき、収集されたアセットにNFTが表示されます。したがって、NFTは Stratisphereで作成されます。さらに、StratisphereマーケットプレイスでNFTを検索できます。これが、StratisphereでNFTを作成する方法です。さらに質問がある場合は、Stratisコミュニティの 不和に参加してください。


この記事では、独自のNFTを作成し、それをStratisphereマーケットプレイスに追加する方法を段階的に説明しました  。Stratisphereは、サービスやプラットフォームの料金がかからない世界初のNFTマーケットプレイスです。 



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Saul  Alaniz

Saul Alaniz


Cómo Crear Sus Propios NFT

Los tokens no fungibles (NFT, por sus siglas en inglés) son obras de arte, fotografías o cualquier contenido digital único que no tiene una copia duplicada y se puede intercambiar en línea usando criptomonedas. Los NFT están en auge últimamente. Utilizan tokens criptográficos para proporcionar la propiedad de sus activos digitales y es uno de los casos de uso de la tecnología blockchain. Si es nuevo en las NFT, le recomiendo leer este artículo antes de crear sus propias NFT.  ¿Qué son las NFT y por qué (o por qué no) debería involucrarse ?

Ahora que ha decidido que desea crear y vender sus propios NFT, hagámoslo aquí. 

¿Qué se necesita para crear sus NFT en un Marketplace ?

Los NFT se crean principalmente en un sitio web o aplicación pública y luego se ponen a la venta. El proceso de creación de NFT también se conoce como acuñación de NFT. Una vez que los NFT se ponen a la venta, las personas pueden comprar NFT. Una vez que se confirma la venta, los NFT se mueven de la cuenta del vendedor a la cuenta del comprador. Una cosa más. Las transacciones de NFT se realizan solo en criptomonedas. Eso significa que solo puede comprar y vender NFT utilizando criptomonedas en las que se acuña un NFT. Por ejemplo, si se acuña un NFT en un mercado que utiliza la cadena de bloques Ethereum, puede comprar y vender NFT solo en ETH. 

Antes de crear y vender sus NFT, necesitará lo siguiente:

  • Una billetera criptográfica: necesitará una billetera criptográfica con saldo. Cuando crea un NFT, debe pagar una tarifa (pequeña o grande según la cadena de bloques).
  • NFT Marketplace: un sitio web o todo donde desee crear su NFT y ponerlo a la venta.
  • Artículo/artículos coleccionables de NFT: su propio trabajo digital único que desea vender.

Además, debe tener algún conocimiento de las criptomonedas. Puede crear y acuñar sus NFT en cualquiera de los mercados. Hay varios mercados disponibles. Sin embargo, en este artículo, tomaré un ejemplo del mercado Stratis NFT y demostraré cómo puede acuñar su propio NFT en este mercado.


El grupo Stratis lanzó el primer mercado NFT de tarifa cero del mundo,, a mediados de enero de 2022. Esta plataforma permite bajas tarifas de acuñación e intercambio que benefician a su usuario para ahorrar un 99% en costos durante las transacciones en comparación con Ethereum. Esta plataforma de Stratisphere proporciona un mercado seguro de NFT para descubrir, recopilar y vender sus NFT. Además, este grupo cuenta con un fuerte apoyo de la comunidad.

En este artículo, ilustraré cómo crear un nuevo activo en el  mercado Stratisphere  NFT. En un término simple, cómo crear su primer NFT.

requisitos previos

Cartera Stratis : para crear su propia NFT, debe tener una Cartera Stratis. Puede descargar la billetera para escritorio, Android o iPhone desde

Se recomienda usar una billetera móvil para acelerar su proceso de acuñación, que también puede descargar desde la tienda de aplicaciones. En este artículo, usaré una billetera móvil; sin embargo, también está disponible una billetera de escritorio.

Cómo obtener CRS

Hay diferentes formas de obtener tokens CRS. Puede obtenerlos siguiendo cualquiera de los métodos a continuación.

  1. Compre CRS de digifinex y envíe Cirrus a su billetera móvil Stratis.
  2. Si ya tiene Strax, puede enviarlo a su billetera móvil Stratis seleccionando Cirrus en la esquina superior derecha como se muestra a continuación.

  3. Si no tiene Strax, puede comprar en cualquiera de los intercambios:

    Binance,, Bittrex, bitvavo y muchos más (más de 15 intercambios). Y luego puede enviarlo a su billetera móvil Stratis seleccionando Cirrus en la esquina superior derecha como se muestra arriba.

Comencemos con la creación de NFT en Stratisphere.

Iniciar sesión en Stratisphere

Primero, debe abrir el sitio  y hacer clic en iniciar sesión.

Obtendrá el código QR para iniciar sesión. Debe usar una billetera móvil para escanear el código QR y proceder a iniciar sesión.


Puede iniciar sesión con un escaneo de billetera móvil como se muestra.

Una vez que abra su billetera, puede escanear el código QR para iniciar sesión como se muestra arriba.

Se iniciará sesión con éxito en el mercado NFT de  Stratisphere .

Puede navegar a su perfil y encontrar información útil como la dirección de su billetera, el saldo de CRS, sus activos recopilados de NFT y su historial comercial. Una vez que inicie sesión en Stratisphere, puede crear un NFT en el mercado.

Cree y agregue un NFT a Stratisphere Marketplace

Para agregar su propio activo NFT en la estratisfera, haga clic en crear como se muestra a continuación.


Tenemos dos opciones, crear un nuevo activo o agregar un activo existente.

Crear un nuevo activo

Crearemos un nuevo activo haciendo clic  en la  opción Crear un nuevo activo . Esta opción abrirá un formulario para completar la información relacionada con el NFT y cargar el NFT. Tenga en cuenta que NFT debe ser su propio trabajo.

Debe completar la información anterior como nombre, categoría, sitio web externo, descripción, cargar NFT (Imagen o cualquier contenido digital), Atributos (Etiqueta, Valor), Detalles de venta, Precio. Luego seleccione Categoría: General, Juegos, Coleccionables, Arte, Fotografía y Deportes.

Tenemos dos opciones de venta: Precio Fijo y Subasta a Tiempo.


Puede completar el formulario según su NFT, elegir la opción de precio y hacer clic en crear como se ilustra a continuación.

Luego, nuevamente habrá un código QR que deberá escanear con una billetera móvil como  el inicio de sesión de Stratisphere  .

Después del escaneo, debe pagar una tarifa mínima de gasolina que se deducirá de su billetera automáticamente.

Después de que se envíe el pago del gas, su NFT se creará con éxito y se incluirá en el mercado de NFT.


Ahora puede navegar a su perfil, verá su NFT en los Activos recopilados. Por lo tanto, NFT se crea en el  Stratisphere . Además, puede buscar los NFT en el mercado de Stratisphere. Así es como podemos crear una NFT en el Stratisphere. Si tiene más consultas, únase a la  discordia de la comunidad de Stratis .


En este artículo, he ilustrado paso a paso cómo crear su propio NFT y agregarlo al  mercado de Stratisphere  . Stratisphere es el primer mercado NFT del mundo sin tarifas de servicio o plataforma. 

Este artículo está destinado solo para compartir conocimientos y ayudar a aquellos que desean tener una idea sobre las NFT y el mercado.


  2. estratisfera



Cómo Crear Sus Propios NFT
Hans  Marvin

Hans Marvin


Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Explained

What is an NFT? A Non-Fungible Token, also known as a NFT, is a type of digital token or asset. A common analogy is to think of these as digital trading cards or digital paintings. When you buy an NFT, you are buying the rights to that specific asset. In this video you'll learn exactly what a non-fungible token is, and why they are valuable.  

0:00 - 0:15 Intro
0:16 - 1:00 What is an NFT?
1:01 - 2:24 The Details of all Non Fungible Tokens
2:25 - 5:13 Why buy an NFT?
5:14 - 6:12 Buying Jack Dorsey's First Tweet
6:13 - 6:48 How popular are they?
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7:53 - 8:44 Can someone copy your NFT?
8:45 - 10:13 How do you buy an NFT?
10:14 - 11:05 Where do you store your NFTs?

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Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Explained