Creating and selling NFT (non-fungible tokens) can be very profitable, but it’s not easy to do well. There are a lot of things you need to learn before you can create an NFT that people will want to buy. For example, if you try to sell an NFT for $0.02 without knowing what you’re doing, then the gas fees required just might cost more than $0.02. That means there would be no profit at all! The good news is that I have written this tutorial on how anyone who has access to Ethereum can make their own non-fungible token with absolutely no gas fees or other costs involved. It doesn’t matter if they don’t know how to code in Solidity, what the OpenZeppelin framework is, or even if they don’t know what Ethereum or ERC-721 tokens are.

Connect an ETH Wallet to OpenSea

First, you’ll need to connect an Ethereum wallet with OpenSea. It can be completely empty—you don’t own any cryptocurrency yet! If that’s the case go ahead and use MetaMask or Coinbase Wallet both of which are easy-to-use and popular options for beginners in this space

Your funds will appear once your account has been verified by us but before then make sure it is fully setup on their respective services – just follow instructions from each provider about setting up a password as well as two Factor Authentication (2FA).

Make sure you back up your recovery phrase while completing this step because it will be necessary for certain steps in the tutorial.

Create an OpenSea Collection

It’s easy to create a NFT on OpeanSea! First, you need to go into your profile and click My Collections in the upper right corner. From there select Create Collection from this menu bar at top of page so it shows up as options for creating new collections or editing already existing ones like Family Jewels Boxes if they exist yet- see screenshot below:

A guide by clicking “next” will appear where I can type how many points each item costing; after setting that number simply hit continue since all fields are completed automatically now when uploading images/videos etc…

Most of the important things you will do will happen here.

Set Up the OpenSea Collection

You can now set up your first OpenSea collection! Whether you want to invest in something popular like cryptocurrencies or collect pieces of art, there are multiple options available. You have the option of choosing images (including logo and featured), as well as adding descriptions for each item that will be part this new NFT kingdom under yourself – not just one but many royalty rates at various levels depending on how much money someone is willing put into their own personal investments with these digital assets.

Next, select the correct blockchain for your collection. The opinions are Ethereum and Polygon (if you want to pay zero gas fees).

Finally click Create! You will need a MyEtherWallet address before completing this step; make sure that all actions occur within it by following these steps: First enter an email where we can contact you with regards on verification process Second create password Third input Recover Key Fourth confirmations Fifth done.

Begin Minting NFTs

You can now upload a piece of art (picture, music whatever) and mint it as an NFT! You have many options to choose from when creating your new virtual item. If you want more than one copy then just change the number on top-notch; if not there will only appear once per collection – unless specified otherwise by owner who owns rights over such content themselves – so get completing those collections while they last because after time expires all bets are off… literally

You’ll also be able set any stats or unlockable features that come with purchasing these types goods through this page where we detail every possible thing about said object before finally hitting “mint”.

If you have a minted NFT, click Sell on its page and put up to $2 as the minimum price. Choose how many copies of this item would like for sale (if there is more than one).


That’s it! You created your first NFT and paid absolutely nothing in fees.

Now for another disclaimer: minting an NFT is much easier than actually selling one- you either need a following already or find some other way of capturing attention from potential buyers (like Reddit). But don’t worry, this tutorial will help guide how to get started with both techniques by giving tips on what types are best suited towards different platforms as well providing insight into pricing strategies that work wonders when promoting creations onto those sites too.

Selling NFTs can be a great way to make a profit, but it’s important to remember that you will need to cover the gas fees (the price required to conduct a transaction on a blockchain) when creating an NFT. That is not easy to do… for most artists, at least.

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