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How to Make a 10,000 NFT Collection and Deploy It


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To become an NFT Creator, you must finish the NFT course from design to registration on OpenSea.

What you’ll learn

    Learn the fundamentals of the NFT space.
    Programmatically created images and information are possible.
    IPFS is a great place to store your photos and information.
    Learn how to read and write smart contracts.
    Create a Smart Contract on Ethereum or Polygon and deploy it.
    On OpenSea, you may register your NFT collection.


    The only qualification is that you are interested in learning how to make and sell NFTs.


The goal of this course is to give you a basic understanding of the NFT space and help you get your own NFT collection out there.

If you’ve just learned about NFTs or want to start a collection but don’t know where to begin, this course is for you! Whether you already have some ideas or will be working in a group, this course will show you how to:

    What is the procedure for collecting NFT?
    What is the best way to make your photographs and metadata?
    How to understand, develop, and tailor your smart contract to your project’s needs.
    Learn how to use the testnet or mainnet to deploy your smart contract.
    How to Use OpenSea to Showcase Your NFT Collection
    How to Create a Royalty Account on NFT Marketplaces

You will have enough information and tools at the conclusion of this course to operate your own NFT projects.

Who this course is for:

    Designers and artists are interested in having their work included in the NFT Collection.
    Investors who want to understand more about how NFT collections are put together

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