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How to upload a collection to IPFS?
We currently only handle collections of 24GB or less but you can still deploy a smart contract by uploading your collection to IPFS yourself. This 4 step guide will help you through the process. Step 1 - Uploading the assets folder You will need to create an account on one of the services below to upload your files to IPFS. Once your account is created, you will need to upload the assets folder. Once uploaded, you should see an IPFS cid. Save this value somewhere since we will need
How much does it cost to deploy a smart contract on Ethereum/Polygon?
Our current contract (ETHEREUM/Polygon) uses ERC721a standard, the contract has the following functions: Airdrop (50 max without TeamPass), Whitelist, Reveal Later and a built in Minting Referral Sytem To deploy on Ethereum, gas fees will be between 0.02ETH and 0.04ETH, on Polygon gas fees are cheaper so gas fees won´t exceed 5$
Which blockchains do you support?
We currently support the following blockchains: Ethereum Polygon Avalanche Fantom Binance Smart Chain Solana
How to verify a smart contract?
First go to contract and click "verify": When verifying a smart contract on Etherscan or Polygonscan, those are the options you need to specify: On the next page we set optimisation to "yes" !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/20392f98394fae00/captura-de
How long does it take for my NFT to appear on Opensea?
You can import a collection by creating a smart contract or manually uploading your images to Opensea. When deploying a smart contract, Opensea will automatically import the collection after one NFT is minted. As more NFTs are minted, they will gradually appear in Opensea. If you see your NFT on Opensea but you do not see the image or the NFT name, click the "Refresh Metadata" button.
What kind of smart contracts do you have?
Currently our contract uses ERC721a standard and it has all the feautures that we previously had spread between 4 different contract types. This features are: Lazy Mint, Whitelist and Reveal later, in addition to this, we now provide a built in Minting Referral System.
How do I upload my collection to opensea?
Marketplaces such as Opensea are like Ebay, they are a platform for people to resale their NFTs. The majority of NFT collections first do what is called an "initial sale". An initial sale happens from the collection website where people can buy one or many NFTs, also called minting. Once an NFT is minted, it will automatically appear on marketplaces like Opensea where you can choose to resale your NFTs. In order to do an initial sale, you have to first deploy a smart contract. A smart contr
How to setup a whitelist for your presale?
Step #1 - Deploy your smart contract Setting the whitelist is only available after the contract is deployed Step #2 - List of addresses Prepare your entire list of addresses in a txt file and make sure that you have one address per line and nothing else. Paste the list of address in the "Whitelist" text field and click "Apply". Step #2 - SDK (optional) Once the transaction is successful, return to the "Embed mint bu
What can I do from the smart contract management page?
List of values you can change after a contract is deployed: Cost Sale on/off Max per mint (maximun number of nfts someone can mint per transaction) Max per wallet (maximun number of nfts someone can mint in total) Presale on/off Placeholder image List of actions you can perform after a contract is deployed: Withdraw funds from the contract to the contract owner Airdrop to a list of addresses Reveal Whitelist (List of addresses who can access the presale)
How do I set the placeholder image?
A placeholder image can only be set after you deploy a smart contract. You will see an option to upload an image from the Smart Contract management page. When you upload your image and save the changes, you need to wait 5-10 minutes until metamask pops up to allow the transaction. While you wait for metamask to pop up, new metadata is being created for the hidden image.
How to deploy a smart contract?
What is gas?
GAS is the cost to perform a transaction on a blockchain network. Gas price is set by miners based on the supply and demand of computational power to process smart contracts and other transactions. EVERY transaction needs to be verified so every transaction will cost gas, contract deployment, minting, buying, selling... Gas fees are measured in GWEI, which denotes a “giga-wei.” One gwei is 0.000000001 ETH. When submitting an order for a transaction, users must indicate a "GAS LIMIT
Activate proxy features on a contract
After verifying a contract you need to click on "more options": This will pop up to verify the proxy contract After clicking verify you need to save the changes: After savi
What is a smart contract?
A smart contract is a program that is stored in the blockchain to facilitate transactions once two ( or more ) conditions are met. In the case of NFTs, the smart contract proves that your wallet (the creator) has the NFTs full ownership and the buyers wallet has the funds to buy that particular NFT and only once this two conditions are made the NFT will be transferred from the creators wallet to the buyers wallet. The smart contract follows simple rules such as "if/when...then..." so for examp
Integrate a smart contract to Opensea
Sometimes, Opensea doesn´t automatically recognize a smart contract, so you need to import it manually, here are the steps to follow: 1-Go to "My collections" 2-Select Main or Test Network: 3- Select the blockchain you deployed on a paste the contract address: !(https://sto
How to import a Solana collection to Opensea?
For importing a Solana collection to Opensea you are required to have your collection verified. Opensea created a guide on how to verify your collection here. You can also follow this walkthrough using the [Metaplex collection importer](https://collections.metaplex