How to mint an NFT on the Tezos blockchain

Artists are driven to Tezos for its pioneering, state-of-the-art tools, and range of creative NFT platforms.

The Tezos community is reshaping the creative landscape of digital art. Collectors and fans have purchased millions of works from top-tier artists on Tezos-based marketplaces, and it is the only blockchain with a presence at major global art fairs, such as Art Basel and Venice Biennale.

It all begins with choosing a platform

Digital marketplace platforms like fxhash, objkt.com and Teia allow artists to turn their digital assets into NFTs through a process called minting. Some are specialized in code-based generative art, while others are hubs for creative photography, animation and many other digital mediums. Here are tutorials for three popular platforms and marketplaces to help you get started:

You’re going to need a wallet

Tezos wallets are funded with tez, the native cryptocurrency of the Tezos blockchain. Each transaction requires a small amount of tez in order to interact with the blockchain. Tezos is known for low transaction fees to mint, collect, and store digital assets.

Get to know the Tezos art community

Watch the videos below for insights from leading voices in the Tezos art community.

Frequently Asked Questions

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