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How to build an NFT marketplace without coding?

NFT, or non-fungible token, is a digital asset stored in a blockchain. While early growth of NFTs have concentrated in its more speculative applications, the fact that NFTs abide by the smart contracts that created them allow for a range of business applications that interests individuals (such as content creators) and companies alike.

A barrier to leveraging NFTs to the non-blockchain-savvy is the coding required to customize each NFT and NFT collection: Not only is the configuration of a smart contract non-trivial, it also carries risks that may not be evident until they have been exploited.

To solve this problem and allow content creators and traditional companies to take advantage of the blockchain in growing their communities and businesses, we have created FeverTokens. In this guide, we walk you through the basic steps in building your own NFT marketplace without coding.

STEP 1. Connect your wallet to FeverTokens

FeverTokens associate each account to a crypto wallet. To start using FeverTokens, you should already have one setup. It can be empty to start, though deploying smart contracts require sufficient balance for the gas fees.

Note: We plan to release a fiat-accessible version that support managed crypto wallets later this year. This will serve as a layer above blockchain and make it even more accessible, particularly to companies with conventional accounting practices.

You can find details on how to sign in with your crypto wallet in this guide. We support both MetaMask and Torus.

STEP 2. Create your NFT collection

NFTs are organized as collections. Single-item (single-NFT) collections also exist. Once signed into the FeverTokens application, follow five simple steps to create your own collection(s):

  1. Create a new project and give it a name. Optional: Add more contributors and configure their roles.
  2. Start a collection, give it a name and logo, add a description, and set the default price for each item.
  3. Add new items (to be minted as NFTs) to the collection with its name, content, and specifications.
  4. Configure the collection, including how you wish the NFTs to be minted, how you want the royalties to be split, and much more.

Further details can be found in this guide.

STEP 3. Configure the NFT marketplace

After you have created your NFT collection(s), you can go on to configure how you want the item and items in the collections to be sold.

Further details can be found in this guide.

STEP 4. Deploy to Testnet

While optional, we encourage you to test your configuration with Testnet first, at least the first time that you use FeverTokens.

To do this, make sure that you already have testnet tokens in your wallet. Testnet tokens can be obtained for free. Follow this guide if this is the first time that you try to obtain Testnet tokens.

With Testnet tokens in your wallet, you can deploy the smart contracts now and test its associated functions, including royalty payouts, in safety.

Tip: We advise that you do not publish your real content on the Testnet. Instead, only test the settings of the smart contracts.

STEP 5. Deploy to MainNet

Once everything checks out, simply ensure that you have sufficient funds in your wallet to deploy your own NFT marketplace.

If you have chosen to Lazy Mint, the NFTs have yet to be minted, and you can save on gas fees. Once a buyer purchases the item, it will be minted automatically.

Further details can be found in this guide.