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How to create your own NFTs?

You can earn from NFTs not only by investing in them. Some people build successful businesses by creating non-fungible tokens. This can indeed generate a good income, but only if you know all the rules of the game.

Where to start?

Artists, designers, and representatives of other creative professions entered the NFT market en masse several years ago when this direction was just gaining momentum. Many of them were able to earn decently from it. Now, with the NFT hype calming down a bit, selling your own NFT has become much more challenging, especially given the increased competition.

Today, the NFT market is overloaded with various projects, but only a few of them "take off." To make your token stand out, you need to carefully plan its concept and, of course, create a sound marketing plan.

You can sell almost anything at a high price: from simple drawings in Paint to your own selfies, if your project has something extraordinary that captivates.

It's also a good idea to think about how you will promote your NFT. Remember that projects with the support of influencers, as well as mentions in the press or professional communities, have a higher chance of success.

How to enter the market?

The technical aspect is the easiest part. Once you have a ready project, all you need to do is choose a platform where you can create your NFT and list it for sale.

Today, there are many different NFT marketplaces, but the most popular ones are OpenSea, SuperRare, Foundation, and Rarible.

To upload your digital file to any platform, you need to have a cryptocurrency wallet. Many services immediately request payment for their services in the digital currency they accept. There are also platforms that allow you to publish NFTs for free but take a percentage of the token sale.

The process of uploading media files is similar to working with a virtual photo album. You add the digital object in the required format, come up with a title, add a description, and click the "Create" button. Then, the system takes care of the rest: it creates the NFT and sends it for verification.

When everything is ready, all you have to do is list the product for auction and wait for an interested investor to appear.