3. Now that we are done with the external component of our NFT tokens, we proceed to the implementation of a smart contract, which will be the representation of our tokens. However, before doing this, I advise you to create a crypto wallet first. It can be Metamask or Coinbase. They are good with their protection and support on many devices.
Speaking of smart contracts, there are turnkey p2p solutions that handle the entire implementation, one of them is this
. All you need to do on this site is upload images and pay for a transaction to create a smart contract. Your product is ready, but it is unlikely to be different from other similar NFT collections. That is why the smart contract is also an important part of your NFT tokens.
To create a smart contract, you need the Solidity blockchain programming language. If you haven't had any programming experience, it's better to hire a programmer to make a smart contract for you and release it on the web, as there are many pitfalls when creating something like this.
If you want to create a regular smart contract, you can paste the following code into this site
with the .sol file extension: code
When you have pasted it, you must navigate to the deploy section, select the provider as Injected provider Metamask. Fill in the parameters such as the number of tokens, name, ipfs link, withdrawal address, then click the transact button, followed by gas payment.
Before releasing your smart contract into the main network, I advise you to release it into the Goerli testnet first (you have to get free etherium, just type goerli faucet into a search) and check the accuracy of the data entered, as well as mint a couple of test NFT tokens.