๐ŸŽญDrops Collection

If you're unsure about the distinctions between the three types of collections, please visit the 'Initial Steps' section for clarification. Create the project that best suits your needs!

To create a "Drops" project, choose the second option labeled "Drops" on the NFTs2Me no-code app.

Furthermore, to select the 'Drops' option, you need to connect your wallet. If your wallet is not connected, you will see a 'connect wallet' button. If the wallet is already connected, you can skip this step.

This step is necessary not only for deployment on the chain but also for storing the project associated with that wallet. This way, you don't need a username or password. Your own wallet serves as your authenticator.

After connecting your wallet, a form will appear where you can input all the necessary collection information. The minimal requirements to deploy an NFTs collection include 'Project Name,' 'Project Description,' and at least one media. Naturally, you will need sufficient funds to cover the gas fee for deployment.

Let's explain all the form fields to clarify the goal of each one and achieve a better collection deployment:

  1. Network: You have to select which chain you want deploy to your NFT collection. You can choose between mainnet and testnet. NFTs2Me is integrated with a wide range of chains, thus there exists a search feature through which you can filter them.

We recommend using the testnet to test your collections and play with the tool. There are different websites where you can obtain funds for the testnets for free. They are called 'faucets'.

  1. Project Name: That's your collection name. Please set a descriptive name for your colection at the chain contract. Please note that we will also use that name to generate your collection name, which will be displayed on your minting page, and when someone mints any NFT, marketplaces will also display that name. Furthermore, we will generate a subdomain name based on it. Also it will be displayed for you to manage your collections on the NFTs2Me dashboard.

Later, on your project dashboard, you will be able to change your minting page collection name and your subdomain minting page URL, but the original name will be written on the blockchain, and marketplaces will use it.

  1. Token Symbol: This is an abbreviated name for the tokens in your contract. For instance, if you use the symbol "CAT", your tokens will be named as CAT #1, CAT #2, etc.

  2. Project Description: This will serve as the general project description displayed on the minting page. Additionally, we use this description for individual token descriptions. You will have the option to modify specific token descriptions to achieve different descriptions for each token.

  1. Minting Type:

Our tool provide 3 minting scenarios. Choose the one that best fits your needs.

You can find explanations about the three types in the "Minting types" section.

  1. Minting Fee: This is the price that the user has to pay to mint a new NFT from your collection, excluding the protocol fee (which depends on the chain).

Set the minting fee value to 0 to enable 'FREE MINTING'. Users will see this on the minting page and will only need to pay the protocol fee and transaction Gas.

You can choose the token you want to receive when minting from the available options on the chain, or indicate a custom ERC-20 token address:

If you wish to set a custom ERC-20 contract, simply paste the contract address into the app. If it is correct, the app will read it and display the token name and icon.

Please note that if you set an ERC-20 token, people will be able to pay with that token or the native token, but you will always receive the ERC-20 token that has been set.

  1. Collection Size: The total number of NFTs that the collection consists. This field is read-only as it depends on the number of media you have added to the collection.

  2. Artwork: This tab is the place in which you have to set the media that NFTs are made of. You have two options, set your own media, or ask to an AI to generate your artwork. You can see the explanation on 10 point below.

  3. IPFS URI: If you have previously saved artwork on IPFS, you can reuse it. You can find the complete explanation at the 'Custom IPFS URI' section.

  4. Media zone: This is the area where you can add the media that will compose the collection. You can add all media that you need. There is no limits. Click on the 'Add token media' area and select the file you want to add from the dialog. Once the file is added, it will be displayed. To change the media, simply click on the displayed media and select another file from the file upload dialog.

NFT media could consist of various types, including images, videos, or audio. Check them out in the 'NFT MEDIA TYPES' section.

  1. Media thumbs: Below the 'Add media' zone, you will see thumbnails of the media you have added to the collection. Only the first three images will be displayed, while the rest will be shown as '...'

  2. Edit Metadata: You can edit your NFT metadata and create NFTs with associated information or special characteristics. Visit the 'Media metadata' section to explore the possibilities.

  3. Advanced options: In this section, you have access to more advanced features like airdrops, customize revenue, soulbound, etc. They are explained in the 'Deploy Advance Options' section.

๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰And finally, the last step is to deploy the collection ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐Ÿ‘

The last step is to deploy your collection on your selected chain. Click on the deploy button and you will see how the deployment process progresses. The process you will see is as follows:

  1. First, it will package all the images for IPFS.

  2. The packaged content will be uploaded to IPFS.

  3. The smart contract of your project will be deployed on the chosen chain.

Finally, your collection has been deployed on the blockchain. Congratulations! ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰

Then a modal will be displayed. Please read it carefully and follow all its steps.

When you close the above modal, you will see that the collection has been successfully deployed. You can view the contract address and transaction information. Click on them to view detailed information.

If you click on the 'Next Steps' button, you will be able to display the next steps modal again.

When you have completed all the recommendations, we encourage you to access the project dashboard and explore all the tool possibilities. You can fully understand all these features in this documentation to deploy all the possibilities of your collection correctly.

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