How do I launch an NFT project on mint.fun?

If your contract is deployed, you can access it immediately by going to mint.fun/contract address.

Mint buttons will show up automatically after people start minting.

Can I add mint buttons before I launch so I can use mint.fun as my launch page?

Yes! If you are the contract deployer, connect your wallet to mint.fun and you will be able to add mint option buttons manually from your project page settings. It is best to verify your contract on Etherscan before this step.

Do I need to put anything specific in my contract or give my functions specific names?

No, it doesn’t matter what you call the mint functions, mint.fun will pick them up automatically.

For different numbers of mints per transaction, do I need a function for each number?

No, just leave the number as a parameter in the mint function. You can set that parameter on mint.fun or it will be picked up automatically.

What if my project has an allowlist?

Upload your allowlist at lanyard.org (an open source allowlist standard we built) and we will only show your project to people on the list (or we will show the relevant options to people on the list, and any public mint options to everyone else).

Why should I promote my mint.fun page instead of a custom project site?

The typical mint.fun user mints 5x more NFTs than other wallets! Mint out faster by promoting your mint.fun page – and promote your own project site, too!

What kinds of NFTs do you support?

mint.fun currently supports Ethereum ERC-721 and ERC-1155 contracts. If you want us to support other blockchains or formats, please DM us on Twitter about it.

When will my project appear in the Trending section?

The faster your project is minting, and the more wallets participating, the higher the project will climb in the Trending section.

Pro-tip: when people mint your project directly from mint.fun, it boosts your ranking on the Trending page even more. So be sure to share the link to your mint.fun page with your community even if you have your own project site.

Who is behind mint.fun?

mint.fun is built by the team at Context.

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