Fill in collection details. These settings will apply to all NFTs in the collection.
Collection Image is a static image or GIF that will represent your collection on platforms such as Opensea. Note that the collection image and the media you choose for your NFT are separate items.
Network is the blockchain on which you would like to deploy your NFTs in the collection. You must have enough funds on the selected blockchain to pay the gas cost for the deployment. Mirror currently supports Ethereum Mainnet, Optimism, and Polygon.
Name is an identifier for your collection, e.g. "Mirror's Subscriber NFT Collection." [Will this be shown on Opensea? If so, let's mention that.]
Symbol is an internal identifier on the contract for the NFTs. We'll derive this automatically for you from the name, but you can set this yourself if you would like to customize it on the contract.
Description for the collection is shown on sites like Opensea
Fill in funding details. These settings will apply to all NFTs in the collection.
Funds Recipient is an Ethereum address that can receive funds. This can be a regular account or a multisig (such as a Gnosis Safe). Do not set another contract address as the funds recipient as access to those funds may get locked.
Royalties is an Ethereum address that will receive royalties from sales of the NFTs on secondary marketplaces. This address can be the same as or different from the funds recipieint address.
Fill in NFT details
Upload Media for the NFT. We currently support images (including GIFs and JPGs) and videos. If you are uploading a video, please add a still cover image as well, which will be shown in listings of the NFT on marketplaces such as Opensea.
Add Name and Description for the NFT. These will show up on the NFT card on Mirror, as well as wallets such as Rainbow and marketplaces such as Opensea.
Price is the price in ETH of the NFT. The default setting is a free NFT. if you decide to keep it free, leave this blank.
Time Limit is the day and time at which the mint will end. Subscribe to Mint NFTs are time-limited NFTs, and are not constrained by a limited supply. After the time limit ends, your audience will not be able to mint that NFT anymore.
Check the NFT card preview to make sure the media and all the information is correct, as you cannot edit these after deployment.
Click the checkbox and click "Create" to create the Subscribe to Mint NFT, you'll be prompted for a wallet interaction to pay gas and submit the transaction to the blockchain.
Wait for the transaction to complete and you'll automatically be navigated to token page where you can embed the NFT (do not refresh the page while your transaction is being processed).