NFTs have been overrun by visual artists who make any type of visual available for users to buy. How can writers join the fun and start profiting off of their work? Writers can now turn their writing into NFTs on In Writing, where they can earn money from their work!
In Writing is the first text-based NFT marketplace, where users can create, buy, and sell NFTs. They already have over 5,000 minted NFTs, consisting of usernames, ascii art, and poetry.
In Writing aims to be simple, leaving all the technical expressions and processes out of the user experience. To create an NFT, all you have to do it connect your wallet, and follow the instructions on the website! Keep reading for a step-by-step guide!
If you don’t have a MetaMask Wallet, check out this tutorial on how to set one up!
Once your MetaMask Wallet is up and running, click on the wallet icon in the top right corner of inwriting.io.
Click on the wallet icon to connect your MetaMask Wallet
After clicking the wallet icon, you will then be prompted to log in to your MetaMask Wallet, as shown below
Log in to your MetaMask Wallet
Once you are logged in, your wallet has been successfully connected to In Writing!
Navigate to inwriting.io/write to start making your first NFT. The first step is to enter your text you’d like to mint into an NFT at the top of the page.
All that’s left to do is press “Mint” at the bottom of the page! You’ll then be prompted by your MetaMask Wallet to sign and complete the transaction!
This transaction costs approximately $0.00204 (less than a cent!), which is an extremely cheap price to be paying for on-chain storage (what makes NFT’s more valuable).
In Writing offers one of the cheapest decentralized mediums for writers to get started creating content and earning from their hard work. With extremely low gas fees, writers can get started with mere cents. It’s also one of the fastest growing decentralized marketplaces, as it has over 5,000 NFTs created in the last 2 months.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to the creators via email: email@example.com, or join the discord in the footer below!< Back to Blog