The OpenSea marketplace deducts a commission from the sale amount.
List of the best marketplaces:
Opensea - NFT sales leader, we have already talked a lot about this platform.
Rarible - another large marketplace for NFT sales. Unlike OpenSea, this marketplace has its own token.
Super Rare - this marketplace is used by artists, and various art sellers. The buyer pays the commission for all purchases made on this marketplace..
Foundation - this platform calls itself the new creative economy. On this platform, the original author who posted and sold the NFT gets 10 percent of the rebuys.
Bakeryswap - the principle is similar to OpenSea, but it is less popular.
In conclusion, each site has advantages and disadvantages, and each of us can decide for themselves, through experience, which one is better suited to them.
Now we know how to create an NFT
out of almost any object. If only there is a will.
One more thing about collections. If you apply your knowledge of computer graphics, it is possible to create NFTs in large volumes. For example, one such image easily sells for $3-10 at an auction. We're not talking about some super popular guys from social media or TV right now. If you apply your knowledge of computer technology, you can create entire collections. Usually, nearly all marketplaces require a certain volume, namely 10,000 images. A step by step instruction on how to create NFTs
in large volumes can be found in the following article, as this topic requires special study. You have to take into account modern trends in music, images, videos. Use your mind and imagination. It's often said that there is a buyer for every product, and you yourself may not know how much your art is worth. Experienced sellers recommend auctioning off large collections. But if you assume that a collection will be sold at $1 per picture, and there are 10,000 of them, it's not bad at all. Yes, it will take dedication and imagination, and this is not for everyone, but if an ordinary schoolgirl can make money in today's 2023, so can we! Good luck to all of you, dear readers, and we'll see you soon in the upcoming articles