You must be living under a rock if you haven’t heard of NFTs in 2021! NFTs are everywhere but they are scary for a newcomer. So, what are some of the things you should know before minting your first NFT?

Here are a few tips:

It takes time, effort, energy, and a lot of patience to build your brand, hone your image and find the collectors. Headlines announcing $69 million sales are rosy to read but difficult to get to. Build a brand, keep at it!

There are multiple platforms built on different blockchain networks to mint your work. The most popular blockchains are Ethereum and Tezos. Tezos has the comparative advantage of energy efficiency and extremely inexpensive gas fees.

All you need is a crypto wallet and the blockchain currency that you have chosen to mint on. Different marketplaces have different processes to mint. You can check out the Kalamint minting guide in this video.

New entrants into the NFT space are concerned about the security of their personal data and identity. One simple point to keep in mind is, not to share your 12-word seed phrase while minting NFT which gives access to your crypto wallets.

For additional security, you can also make use of hardware wallets to store NFTs.

The price, the method of sale, the royalties, the style of work, and its associated marketing are all in your control. Take an informed decision, ask the community members for help and build a brand and the subsequent following!

With these above points in mind, you can begin creating your NFT in a jiffy!

If you have any questions or doubts, reach out to us at our Telegram Support Channel or our Discord server for help.

Kalamint, a leader of the Clean NFT movement is one of the first marketplaces on Tezos, an LPoS blockchain that consumes a fraction of the energy compared to its power-hungry counterparts. Backed by Tim Draper’s Draper Goren Holm Ventures, Amesten Capital, Moonwhale Ventures among others, Kalamint is one of the only NFT marketplaces which is truly on-chain, meaning that the data on the chain can never be altered or lost.

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Leader of the Clean NFT movement. One of the first NFT marketplaces on Tezos.