🚀 Minting NFTs Under Your Own Smart Contract

Experience the thrill of minting your NFTs on Uncut and safeguarding your digital art with blockchain technology. Uncut empowers you to mint under your own smart contract, putting you in the driver's seat of your creative journey.

Here's a quick guide to minting your art as an NFT on Uncut:

Step 1: Initiate Minting

  • Head to your profile page and click on the "Mint" button to start.

Step 2: Create Your Collectible

  • A pop-up will appear for the minting process.
  • Upload your artwork - an image, video, or audio file.
  • Enter a title and description for your NFT. Remember, this is permanent and on-chain.
  • Set your price (or opt for FREE) and the edition size.
  • Choose a collection for your NFT. Note: NFTs can't be shifted between collections post-minting.

  • Explore Advanced Options for additional features:
    • Add up to 8 unique benefits or utilities.
    • Include exclusive content for NFT holders.
    • Split revenue among multiple wallets (ensure they're Polygon-compatible).
    • Set a Drop Time for immediate or future release.
    • Opt for Password Protection or make it a Private NFT with a shareable URL.
    • Utilize Airdrop to send NFTs directly to specified wallets.

Note: Uncut automatically and freely stores all your media on Arweave, a decentralized storage platform built on the IPFS protocol. This ensures that your content is securely and permanently stored, contributing to the decentralized nature of the platform.

Step 3: Complete the Minting

  • Hit the "MINT" button to finalize your creation.

Final Thoughts

Minting on Uncut offers unparalleled control over your digital art. These steps will help you create distinctive NFTs that resonate with your audience and enhance your digital portfolio.

Need help or want to connect with others? Reach out to our support or join our Discord community.

Happy minting and welcome to the forefront of digital creativity with Uncut!

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