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How to mint NFTs on NFT

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Written by Support Specialist
Updated over a week ago

How do I become a creator?

Users can mint and sell NFTs in the Marketplace through a simple creator application process. Just head to and click “Create” on the navigation bar to be directed to the application page. Make sure to let us know of your journey as a creator and give concrete examples of your past experience, as well as the types of NFTs you wish to create on our platform.

If approved, you will be notified through email. Please note that we do not guarantee a response to your application, we will only respond to successful candidates.

At the moment, We do not allow for appeals if your application is rejected, but we will enable users to reapply in the future.

How do I create an NFT?

Once approved as a creator, you can mint collectibles on our platform. Begin by clicking on the “Create” Button on the navigation bar, and providing all the required details.

You can select any of the chains among Ethereum, Polygon, Cronos, and Cronos POS Chain to mint your NFT(s).

You can create up to 50 collectibles per week. The weekly creation limit resets every Monday at 00:00 am UTC. For Cronos POS Chain collectibles, you can mint up to 10 editions per collectible. For the other chains, you can only mint 1 edition per collectible.

Once created, your collectible will be viewable immediately and made available for listing once minted. Note that minting time may vary depending on network usage.

What formats are supported?

We currently support JPEG, JPG, PNG, GIF, WEBP and MP4.

For JPEG, JPG, PNG and WEBP, we have a maximum file size of 30MB per collectible with no restrictions on minimum size and resolution. The recommended frame ratio is 500 x 500 for creating a NFT.

For GIF, we have a maximum file size of 30MB per collectible with no restrictions on minimum size, resolution and FPS. The recommended frame ratio is 500 x 500 for creating a NFT.

For MP4, we allow a maximum file size of 60MB per collectible with no restrictions on minimum size and resolution, but the underlying audio tracks of MP4 files are not supported and will be stripped upon upload.

How do I list my NFT for sale?

You can list your freshly minted collectible for sale like how you would sell other collectibles you purchased. For details on how to post your collectible for sale please refer to buying and selling.

Is there a charge for minting my own NFT?

Each collectible costs a base $3 fee to mint through our self-creation flow. For NFTs minted on Ethereum, Polygon and Cronos, an additional amount may be charged on top of the $3 base self-mint fee to cover the gas we incur on the corresponding chain to carry out the minting on chain. The fee will only be charged once per request, regardless of the actual number of attempts involved to achieve a successful mint of the NFT.

Is there a charge for listing my own NFT after minting?

There is a 1.99% primary listing fee that is charged when your self-minted NFT is sold for the first time.

How do royalties work?

Royalties are paid to creators whenever their work is sold on the secondary market (resale), allowing them to be recognized and compensated for their work.

When curated creators put an item up for sale, they can specify how much royalties to charge as a percentage of the listed price for each secondary sale. For example, if the curated creator had set royalties at 10% for an NFT, then the NFT is sold on the secondary market (resale) for $5,000, then the curated creator will receive $500 as royalties.

For non-curated creators royalties are fixed at 10% for resales of collectibles created directly on the platform.

Why am I unable to request a payout from my NFT account and/or unable to withdraw the NFTs I created as a new creator?

For new creators, there is a 30-day freeze period for two items as below. Upon your first NFT mint,

  • your entire NFT account balance payout will be frozen for 30 days

  • your self-minted NFTs will also be frozen from withdrawals for 30 days

For example, if you minted your first NFT on 1 April, your payout is frozen for 30 days and this NFT is frozen from withdrawal for 30 days. On 2 April, you then minted your second NFT, this NFT is frozen from withdrawals for 29 days.

What happens if I create NFTs which may violate the NFT Terms & Conditions and/or Sale Item Guidelines?

As a creator, you must acknowledge and accept the terms and conditions before minting. For details, please refer to the ​​ NFT Platform Terms and Conditions and the NFT Platform Sale Item Guidelines to ensure you understand prohibited items.

Please note that if your NFTs are reported to be prohibited items, the NFTs will be delisted and you will be notified by email.

There is a 2-strike repeated offender policy to suspend minting rights. For first-time offenders, this will be a warning email. However, for second-time offenders, this will be a notification email to inform them that their minting right is permanently suspended.

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