Are you ready to dip your toes into the wild world of NFTs? With just 10 ada in your Cardano wallet, you too can join the NFT craze and own a piece of blockchain history.
But first, you need to set up your Cardano wallet. If you don’t have one yet, don’t worry, it’s as easy as pie. And if you need to learn how to bake pie, start here.
In this post, we’ll highlight the user experience in GeroWallet, but you can use any wallet you want.
Ready, Set, NFT!
If you already have a Cardano wallet and are NFT-less, it’s time to change that. With just a few ada, you can buy your very first NFT. Sure, it might not be valuable, and it might not be the Mona Lisa, but it’s yours, and that’s what counts. Plus, once you have the hang of it, you’ll be ready to jump on that NFT bandwagon when a truly unique and interesting one comes along.
To get started, you first need to set the collateral in your wallet. This is a one-time-only step that you need to interact with smart contracts (aka DApps). In GeroWallet, click the Account button and then Collateral and follow the prompts.
Now it’s time to find your first NFT. You can search the internet and find various sources, but we suggest checking out jpg.store. If you’re using the GeroWallet mobile app, you can visit jpg.store directly through the app by clicking the DApps button. How convenient!
In jpg.store, you can search by keyword or order NFTs by price. And yes, you can buy an NFT for just five ada. Once you’ve found your NFT, simply click on the thumbnail, and in the upper right corner, click Connect Wallet. With your wallet connected, buying an NFT is as easy as pie… or cake… or cookie… you get the point.
Once you’ve made your purchase, you can find your NFT in your GeroWallet (or whatever wallet you choose) under the Collectibles tab. Ta-da!
Once you’ve mastered buying NFTs from platforms like jpg.store, you might want to branch out and explore other projects. NFTs are not just about digital art, some have very real utility that can be highly valuable to the right holder.
Check out the full article at Lido Nation for links and recommendations