How to Set Up an OpenSea NFT Collection

In this Nifty Chicks, NFTutorial episode, Mint-ECell will walk you through how to get started selling NFTs on OpenSea. As you’ve heard us mention, OpenSea is the most widely used NFT marketplace & we wanted to show you how to get started selling there.



In this OpenSea NFT tutorial, we'll show you how to create and sell your own NFTs on the OpenSea platform.

This tutorial is perfect for beginners to get a sense of how the NFT platform works. OpenSea makes it easy to upload and sell your own artwork as NFTs on both the Ethereum and Polygon blockchains.

In this quick tutorial, we'll go step-by-step through how to set up your OpenSea account, create an art collection, and upload your art to the collection.

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