NFT Basics: Create And Sell Your First NFT

This course will introduce you to NFT basics, helping you understand the important parts in the process of NFT

About This Class

Welcome! If you are a complete newbie to the world of cryptocurrency and NFTs, this quick crash course on NFT Basics will get you up to speed in the afternoon. You will learn:

  • How cryptocurrencies work and NFT Basics
  • What an NFT is
  • How to create an NFT
  • How to sell that NFT on the two major NFT marketplaces, Raible and OpenSea
  • Resources on NFT Basics

If you are looking to dig deeper, here are a few resources that can help you understand cryptocurrency and NFTs a bit better:

How does Bitcoin work? (applicable to NFTs and other cryptocurrencies also):
An explanation of NFTs (non-technical):
Another big challenge is (of course) finding something to turn into an NFT! I found this Blender tutorial very helpful:

Blender is free software for making 3D models, and I used it to create the ‘donut’ image used throughout this course.

Lessons in This Class

6 Lessons (33m)

1. Welcome!

2. Basics: Cryptocurrency and NFTs

3. Making An NFT From A 3D Model

4. Uploading An NFT To The Rarible Marketplace

5. Uploading An NFT To The OpenSea Marketplace

6. Thanks!

Hands-on Class Project

The class project is to make your own NFT! To do this, you will need to:

Set up a crypto “wallet” (I recommend Metamask: )
Use your crypto wallet to create accounts on at least one major NFT marketplace:
Rarible: <— recommended for beginners

Upload an NFT and list it for sale!
You will also need a way to buy cryptocurrency (specifically “Ether”, also called “ETH”). There are a number of ways to do this, but the easiest way will be to join an exchange. Popular exchanges include:

1. Coinbase:

2. Binance:

3. Gemini:

Free Course on NFT Basics

Originally posted 2022-01-25 08:24:38.


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