In order to sell NFTs, you have to own a cryptocurrency wallet for transactions. Is it specified? Not really but it all depends on your own choice. Now, most wallets are flexible as it supports Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain. So any platforms does not alter the way the system works. Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain are the typically used platform for NFTs.
The crucial part in considering the platform is ensuring the blockchain network that your NFT is built on. If it’s an Ethereum token, you will need an Ethereum supporting wallet. If it’s on Tezos, you’ll need a wallet that supports Tezos.
Academy Binance recommends MetaMask or Trust Wallet. These crypto wallets supports wide variety of blockchains. You can always double check if the wallet you are creating supports the blockchain your NFT is on.
On which blockchain?
There are various blockchains to choose when minting NFTs. Ethereum network was the first major blockchain to offer NFTs. The list of NFT-compatible blockchains now has expanded to: Binance Smart Chain, Polkadot, Tron, Tezos, and many more.
Which platform to mint NFTs?
As mentioned earlier, it is all up to own preference, most protocols will create your NFT as a BEP-721 token, so they will result in a similar outcome and are compatible elsewhere.
It is recommended to choose a platform that you know well and this also helps to ease your NFT transfers to a different place after minting.
BakerySwap: largest marketplace for NFTs, it makes a good choice for anyone interested in selling NFTs after minting.
Treasureland: Lets you mint NFTs for free.
OpeaSea/ Rarible: If you want to use Ethereum these are the popular options.
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