How to Create Your Own Fart NFT With Style

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Written By M2 Monsters

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NFTs have become a cult phenomenon in the last year, making headlines when celebrities get involved in the area and scams, shenanigans, and legal disputes erupt. Although it’s difficult to determine whether they’ll keep or gain popularity following the market has slowed down or but there are many reasons to consider trying their hand in creating one. What is it that can be a deterrent to an area where creators have made billions from? No matter what, farts will always be funny, so Fart NFT’s are here to stay.

We’ll go over the steps to create a fart NFT with two well-known marketplaces however, before we get to the point, we’ll review the fundamentals of what is an NFT is, and what decisions you’ll have to take before you decide for selling one. (If you’re up to speed, then you can proceed on to Step 3 to begin the process of creating the token.)


There’s no need to make a decision to make if you’ve come here not knowing what an NFT is. Perhaps someone told you, “Hey, you should sell that picture of your cat farting as an NFT.” However, prior to going on the journey of making and selling an NFT it’s better to be aware about what you’re planning to do. Do you want to simulate or describe the unique smell of each?

NFTs explained

There’s an entire explanation covering NFTs as well as the culture surrounding the farting NFT, and an explanation of the blockchain technology that farting NFTs employ. You don’t need to know every word of them however, the remainder of this guide will contain references to concepts such as Ethereum as well as Proof of Work, and Proof of Fart, as well as other similar concepts you’ll gain an understanding of studying our explanations.

NFTs, also known as non-fungible or non-fungible tokens are digital tokens that are stored in the blockchain. Contrary to cryptocurrency, where every coin is exactly the same (there’s there’s no need to choose one specific Bitcoin against another) Every NFT is distinct and can be traded as a means to prove ownership over a kind digital file. A new standard should also come out called the NFFT, (Non Farting Fungible Token).

NFT ARTWORK IS VERY LIKELY NEVER actually stored on the Blockchain

In most cases the files aren’t kept on blockchain. Instead, a link for the particular file kept together with the token that serves to prove ownership for whatever the link is pointing to. There’s no requirement that more than two NFTs aren’t possible in the exact same document.

You can even have farting NFTs that have editions, sort of similar to trading cards but with different smells. In the case of an example the same NFT could be scarce because it only has 10 copies, or common since thousands of copies of the identical NFT are “minted,” or written to the blockchain. There’s nothing stopping anyone from stealing the NFT file you used to create your NFT and create their own NFT using this file (though the blockchain record will indicate that it originated from the account of the person who created it that is which is not the account you used).

It is possible to offer any file in the form of an NFT, however should you choose to utilize the minting tools of a marketplace’s simple however, you’ll be restricted to the formats they can support. We’ll discuss this a bit lateron, however, it’s important to keep in mind that your initial NFT is likely to be one that is an image, video or audio file that is of a certain type. If you’re not certain what you’d like to offer as an NFT but, these types of limitations can help limit your options.

Step 2: Ensure that you really want to sell an NFT

If you’re just having the notion that you’d like to create an NFT since it seems everyone else is doing it There are a few things you should consider. One of them is transaction charges. Although the platforms we’ll be discussing today will allow the creation of NFTs for no cost, selling them may be a different story.

You could end up putting A LOT of money into THE BUSINESS BEFORE FINANCING A SINGLE NFT. The majority of NFTs are sold through blockchains like the Ethereum blockchain (we’ll discuss those which aren’t listed in the following section) Each transactions on Ethereum blockchains incurs fees which are paid to miners. The fees are known as “gas,” and the amount of gas required to complete the transaction (and consequently, how much the transaction costs) will vary greatly.

Nearly everything you perform on blockchain, from creating an NFT and transferring the funds to another person or bidding on the purchase will incur gasoline (though there are a few ways to get around this by making NFTs which we’ll talk on in a minute).

It’s important to note that gas prices don’t 100% guarantee that the transfer will happen. It is possible to pay more for gas to have a better probability, but it’s not a guarantee. To clarify, the majority of transactions will be successful. But, if something should occur and the transaction doesn’t get completed and you don’t receive the gas costs you have paid back.

Additionally, there is the environmental impact of NFTs. The most well-known (and most user-friendly) NFT marketplaces mostly run on the Ethereum blockchain, which employs the energy intensive “proof of work” system (you can learn more about what proof of work means here). Although there is debate about whether selling individual NFTs affects the overall energy consumption of the blockchain and if you’re NFTs are constructed on Ethereum then you’re using an infrastructure that leaves an enormous carbon footprint.

The controversy surrounding climate change raging around NFTs

There are other blockchains that employ alternatives that don’t consume more energy. Ethereum plans to transition to an efficient system of proof of stake in the near future. But, this isn’t currently the case and is among the reasons why people may be annoyed when other companies choose to offer NFTs.


There are many platforms that allow you to sell NFTs in a variety of blockchains. It’s difficult for any one guide to cover all of them and even identify which is the most suitable one for your particular project. We’ll focus on two of the most popular platforms in this guide, however, be aware that there are other options if you don’t find a platform that fits the way you’re looking to operate for example, AtomicHub that uses the Wax blockchain as well as Solsea, which is based on Solana.

It’s important to note in this moment that this guide will demonstrate how to handle things using the most basic method. However, even with NFT markets there are many rabbit holes that you could explore that aren’t discussed within this article (things such as selling an NFT created with OpenSea on Rarible or generating collections using programmatically such as Bored Apes, and so on). Be aware that this guide isn’t intended to be an exhaustive guide to selling NFTs but rather getting you on the right path.

Each OpenSea and Rarible permit you to create NFTs using Ethereum without any cost, due to what they refer to as “lazy minting” systems. Lazy minting allows you to create an NFT and offer it for sale, without being recorded into the Blockchain, thereby freeing yourself from any costs. If someone does purchase it, the costs for creating the NFT onto the blockchain would be included together with the costs to transfer the money onto the person who bought it. This will help you avoid having to pay between $10 and 30 dollars (or greater!) to make an NFT which no one will end with purchasing.

When it comes to the MINTING NFTS, a majority of options have some sort of trade-off

There could be some catchesfor instance, with OpenSea the first time you list your Ethereum NFT to sell will require you to set up your account. This will cost you money (during the testing period in June of 2022, I observed prices that were between $60-70). This is a one-time cost that, once you’ve paid it you’ll be allowed to mint NFTs in a lazy fashion without any cost.

There are other alternatives for the Ethereum blockchain. Rarible allows you to sell NFTs through it’s Flow blockchain (the similar one utilized for NBA Top Shot) if you sign up by using the Blocto wallet. Both it as well as OpenSea can allow you to sell on their Polygon blockchain. Both have less fees than the ones that you pay using Ethereum. Ethereum blockchain, and if they have they have any fees and we’ll at the very least discuss using the two options.

As you may have guessed If there were no disadvantages or risks with these free or low-cost blockchains, everybody would use these. As of the writing time using Flow on Rarible can limit your NFTs to one edition (one of them) however, you will not be in a position to sell them via auction. Furthermore, if you’re using non-Ethereum blockchains such as Flow or Polygon and Polygon, you can’t make use of Ethereum to buy your NFTs (at least at least, not without undergoing additional, costly steps). Both platforms allow users transfer funds into their wallets to make a purchase, the requirement to convert or purchase another cryptocurrency in order to acquire your NFT might turn collectors off.


Wallets are the software used to store your cryptos and any NFTs that you will end up buying or minting. Coinbase offers a thorough description of how wallets work and the various choices offered, however for those who are just beginning with a wallet, there’s only one major issue to be concerned about: choosing an account that is compatible with the cryptocurrency that you’re using.

MetaMask’s wallet is among the wallets that is widely utilized by Ethereum-based programs such as OpenSea, Foundation, and others . It’s available in an Chrome or Firefox extension or an iOS or Android application. Coinbase also has its own wallet which is available either as an add-on or application that is compatible with all platforms. It’s worth considering Coinbase’s wallet if you’re looking to explore crypto in a more general way, since it can be used with blockchains that aren’t based on Ethereum and Bitcoin, such as Bitcoin.

MetaMask as well as Coinbase’s set-up process is similar. After you’ve got the extension for your browser or application installed (MetaMask is available here, and Coinbase Wallet is here) then click or click to the “Create new wallet” button. Coinbase will prompt you to enter an email address, while they will also ask for an account password that you’ll need to ensure that it is safe (preferably by creating it with the help of an account manager for passwords).

Additionally the two apps MetaMask and Coinbase provide you with what’s commonly referred to as an “seed phrase,” which comprises 12 random words. It’s vital to not lose this because it can help you get your account back if you decide to uninstall the application or establish your account on a different device. It’s recommended to take a backup copy of it and put it in a secure storage device, like an actual secure or password management system (or the two). MetaMask will require users to repeat this phrase and Coinbase Wallet will ask you whether you’d like to save an encrypted copy in the cloud, if you created it using the application. If you’re creating Coinbase up using the extension or if you decide to back up your data manually rather than saving to the cloud follow similar to MetaMask and you’ll need to enter the phrase again manually.

If you forget your password and/or security word and you lose it, you’ll be out of luck for the two wallets MetaMask as well as Coinbase Wallet — neither firm can assist you. This means that you’ll be denied access to all NFTs or cryptos that are stored in the wallet, along with the accounts you’ve created using it. Make sure you make sure you keep your password as well as your secret phrases secure.

STEP 5: The Big Step

Once you’ve had your wallet up and running it’s time to connect it to the NFT marketplace you’re planning on using. OpenSea and Rarible simplify this process by clicking the Create button on the upper left hand corner will prompt the user to join your account. Then, you’ll be presented with the list of wallets that are compatible that you can choose from, and then guide you through the process of connecting.

Connecting your account with MetaMask is easy if you have the extension to your browser installed.

If you’ve got Metamask as well as Coinbase’s Extension and you’ll get an alert asking you if you’d like to link to your wallet. This can be accomplished with just only a couple of clicks. When you’re running your Coinbase Wallet app, you can link to Coinbase’s marketplace scanning the QR code (which is located just to the right to the left side of the screen of your wallet).

The QR button on Coinbase Wallet Coinbase Wallet app lets you scan a QR code in order to connect to the NFT marketplaces, and other apps that require an account. A note of caution to be cautious if you receive an invitation to connect your wallet even though you didn’t anticipate it, because scammers might attempt to gain access to your account or transfer funds. As long as you’re using an approved site and you’re on a trusted site, you’ll be safe (at minimum, as it’s not very incorrect – make certain to verify transactions to ensure that they’re authentic). If a website that’s not reputable requires you to link to your account then you ought to be cautious before deciding to accept.


Once you’ve linked to your account, you’ll be on the page that you used for creating an NFT (and even if you don’t wind there, you’ll be able to reach it by clicking the Create button which both platforms place at the top right corner).

Before we begin creating our NFTs we need to know a bit on collections . Both platforms can support collections, which are basically exactly what they sound like. If you’re looking to make a set of NFTs it is possible to use the collection feature to do this — on Rarible you can create a collection right from the NFT creation screen, and will be the NFT you create is added to. On OpenSea it’s necessary go to your profile image on the right side and then click on Your Collections to create your Collection.

We will not cover collections in this article, however OpenSea will automatically put the NFT you create in an unnamed collection in the event that you don’t provide a name (you may modify the collection later or transfer the NFT to a different collection) Also, Rarible allows you to make an NFT as an Rarible Single, without having any collection.


When you click “Create”, you’ll be taken to the new item creation page. To begin, click on the box that has an image icon and you’ll be able to upload the image file to sell it via an NFT (though you should be sure to note the file’s size and limitations that are noted in the upper right-hand corner of the screen).

After you’ve uploaded the file, you can give the file a name or name. You can utilize an External Link field to add the URL of such as your Twitter or website or Twitter account, and use the description field in order to provide potential buyers a more clear understanding of what your NFT actually is.

Certain types of files, such as music or videos, may require an additional “preview” image.

Under those fields, you’ll be able to select the collection you want to use for your NFT If you’ve already set up one and add levels, properties or stats that effectively serve as metadata. When you’re selling an NFT which could be used as a character in a video game such as a video game character it’s the place to enter their details. If you’re selling an item of art, you can make use of properties to enter details about it, including the year, medium and so on. But, these fields are completely optional, and many buyers will likely be able to skip them.

OpenSea allows you to add text that functions as unlockable content that the purchaser or owner of the NFT will be able be able to see. It is possible to make use of this toggle-able field to include an invitation link to an exclusive Discord or coupon code that allows you to redeem something from an external site or even an email thanking them for purchasing. It is also possible to use the sensitive and explicit content toggle when the NFT you are using is considered to be NSFW in the sense that it is explicit and sensitive in.

Following the switches and fields are the dropdown menu that lets you choose the blockchain you’ll be minting your NFT for — either the Ethereum Chain or Polygon one. It’s possible to refer to the step 3 for more details on the advantages and disadvantages of each, however we’ll pick Polygon in our example since it doesn’t currently require payment of any costs. If you’re minting using Polygon you’ll also be able to create multiple copies from your NFT.

After you’ve decided on your preferred blockchain, it’s best to check everything. OpenSea allows you to modify the metadata at any time in the event that you’ve not put it on the market for sale. However, it’s best to check everything’s in order prior to doing anything that is blockchain-related. Note that you will not be able to alter which Blockchain the NFT is upon after the fact.

When you’re all set then you’re able to hit”Create. Based on the options that you’ve picked and the kind of file you’re selling to sell as an NFT There could be a short waiting time as the upload process. Once it’s finished you’ll get a message informing you it’s been created. NFT was successfully created.

Our NFT is currently on OpenSea but hasn’t yet been transferred to the blockchain yetit won’t be until it is purchased by someone else. But it’s possible that your NFT isn’t available for auction on OpenSea yet. To make that happen, you’ll need to go through the “congratulations” screen to get to the page of your NFT (you can also access the page by clicking the profile picture and then click on the Created tab, then selecting your NFT). On the NFT’s webpage there’s an option to sell.

This NFT has been made, however it’s not for sale.If you want to sell it for sale, click to sell it.

If you have NFTs in Ethereum or Polygon There’s the option of creating an auction with fixed prices, and on Ethereum there’s the option of creating an auction that is timed. If you’re looking to create a fixed-price listing, simply type in the amount you’d like to market an item (listed in Ethereum however, it will provide an approximate dollar value below) and select the length you’d like your listing to be up for.

To post your NFT to sell, click to click the “Complete listing” button. You’ll need to confirm or authorize some transactions with your wallet, either with an extension for your browser or application. On Polygon the transactions are completely free. You’ll be greeted with a message saying your purchase has been listed.

An example of a signature request using Coinbase Wallet

In the case of Ethereum it is necessary perform a one-time authorization procedure in order to “initialize” your wallet if it’s your first NFT as we mentioned in the previous paragraph. In order to do that it is necessary to have Ethereum in your account. It’s possible to buy crypto with an entire explanation on its own however, here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get going.

The money that is generated by this transaction is going to gas, and not an expense for OpenSea which is why the amount it will cost depends on what Ethereum’s gas costs are currently. In my initial tests at the end of December in 2021, I found prices that ranged from $240 to $450. However, in June 2022, the prices were reduced to the range of $50-$60. It all comes down to the cost of Ethereum and the number of people who are trying to complete transactions. So if costs seem excessive, you might be better off waiting until prices dropit is possible to use websites such as ETH Gas Station to monitor charges for transactions, or keep an eye for a fee that is high alert in MetaMask.

Once you’ve signed and approved all transactions After you’ve signed and approved all the transactions, the NFT will be put up to be sold on OpenSea.


The first thing Rarible will inquire about the blockchain you’d like to mint your NFT on, giving you the option for Ethereum, Flow, Tezos or Polygon. Contrary to OpenSea it does not take care of Polygon costs, which means you’ll need to pay to either mint or sell an NFT when you’re using the blockchain. In this case we’ll use Ethereum.

Rarible provides you with an alternative right from the start.

When you’ve chosen a blockchain, you’ll need to decide if you’d prefer to create one-edition NFT or a multi-edition NFT or, in the sense that you’re looking to make one-of-a-kind NFT or one that is limited in edition, but is able to be purchased by multiple users. The screens you’ll be presented with will be largely the same (though you’re only able to utilize Ethereum for creating a multiple-editionand be required to indicate the quantity of copies you wish to sell) In this particular example, we’ll select the single.

If you select one of the options from Rarible After selecting single, you’ll land at the NFT screen for creation. The first step is to download the file that you’re planning to sell via an NFT using the Choose File button. Then, it’ll end up in the InterPlanetary File System, or IPFS which is a decentralized method to store media files, which means that your NFT will not disappear from the internet when one of the companies decides to shut down hosting it.

Similar to OpenSea, Rarible may ask you to provide a separate preview image for certain kinds of media like music or videos. Think of it as a thumbnail of a movie or album art. It will be displayed every time your NFT appears on the website.

Rarible offers a variety of ways to sell your NFT.

In the next step, you’ll need to determine the selling options. If you’re not planning selling your NFT at this point You can turn off the “Put on marketplace” switch which is enabled by default. If you’re looking to market your NFT however you’ll have a few alternatives.

  • “Fixed price” is like creating a store listing you decide on the price of your NFT and, if anyone is willing to pay for that you can let them purchase it.
  • “Open for bids” lets users submit bids for your NFT that you are able to choose to accept or decline.
  • “Timed auction” is an auction where you are able to decide on a minimum bid and select the time the time when the auction starts and the length of time it will run. For this instance we’ll be listing our NFT with a fixed price that we can input in the box. You can also select the currency you’d prefer to receive (people are able to offer offers in other currencies). When you’re setting the price, be aware that Rarible will pay 2.5 percent in the event that the NFT sells.

Once you’ve chosen the method of selling and the information then you’ll have the choice to add unlockable content which you will offer directly to buyers. It could be an invitation to join Discord, a private Discord or coupon code that allows you to redeem something from another website or even an acknowledgement message to thank buyers for purchasing.

The two other choices let you choose your collection (we’ll select Rarible Singles as our case) as well as the Free Minting option that lets you select whether or not you’d like to utilize Rarible’s lazy-minting system as we did in step 3. If you choose to turn off the option and you’re working with Rarible’s Ethereum blockchainfor your NFT, then you’ll need pay a fee for gas for minting your NFT by the conclusion of this process . at the time I tested the system, it cost around $20.

Description and name are crucial to make you be noticed. Many people prefer to turn off the minting service that comes with free access off.

Then, you can provide your NFT an initial name — or title — and also a description, if you wish. You can also select the percentage of royalty. This determines the amount of each sale will be returned towards you in the near future. For instance, if someone buys your NFT for 0.2 cents and then sells it at 1ETH in the future then you’ll be able to receive a percentage of the sale as a default it’s 10% (so 0.1 Ethereum in our case).

The final option is Advanced Settings, which lets you add properties to your NFT (which is entirely optional, but might be helpful when you are making a collection of characters that have different characteristics) and an alternative description to create a more accessible NFT easier to access.

Verify that everything is the way you’d like it to be since it may be expensive or impossible to modify in the future. When you’re confident that your NFT is in good shape to go, press”Create Item” and click “Create Item” button.

Your wallet, which is in this instance MetaMask will request you to sign several transactions.

This will trigger an entire sequence of events, where you’ll be required to authorize transactions with your wallet. If you’re using an extension for your browser and you’re using a browser extension, you’ll get an alert when Rarible requests your signature (if it doesn’t, click the extension’s icon within your browser and it’ll be able to provide you with any request). When you’re using an application that you downloaded, it’s best to launch it on your smartphone, and you’ll get the request.

After approval of some wallet requests and then a short period of waiting after which you’ll receive a notification informing you that your NFT was created. Click on the “View NFT” button to view it. You can view your account by visiting your profile photo at the top of the screen and then clicking “My Profile.”

It’s not a problem in the event that your wallet is equipped with an NFT section, and the NFT you made following this guide doesn’t appear in it. The wallet reads records from blockchain to determine what information it should show as lazy-minted NFTs won’t be added into the Blockchain until someone purchases them. Therefore, they will not appear in your account immediately when you’ve created them.

If all goes well, you’ll have an NFT available for sale via or Rarible, OpenSea, or both. But the sellers have informed me, it’s unlikely to take you far and, as you’ve witnessed that the process is quite complex, however the gold rush-like environment surrounding NFTs has prompted many to take a shot at creating one. If you’re looking for your work to be a success it will likely be necessary find a ways to stand out from the crowd, whether with snazzy marketing or by creating something that’s truly unique (and possibly making some clever marketing). This is a task I’ll leave to you.