NFT Smart Contract builder No-Code
Create and deploy your generated collection with our no-code smart contract builder.
Smart contracts drive the NFTs. Any functionality the NFT serves is all because of what lies on the smart contracts. Do you want to create a smart contract but don’t know how to code? No worries. Coding skills are no longer needed!
Use our no-code NFT Smart Contract Builder and add any conditions. You don’t require any technical background. Our no-code contract builder helps you embed all the logic with ease and in the most optimal way. Create and deploy your NFT-generated collection in just a few minutes!
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Smart contracts are a set of code statements that execute on their own when certain conditions are met. Usually, you need coding proficiency to develop them. However, here we help you accomplish this with no code in an easy manner.
Create your NFT smart contract in just a few steps. Start here. Select your blockchain, upload the assets and deploy the smart contract. Connect the smart contract to your NFT minting website. That's it, you are done!
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Smart contract options
Each base smart contract encapsulates a set of smart contract extensions that makes your job easy by letting you add logic to the top layer rather than starting from scratch.At imintify, we offer several base smart contracts for ERC-721 and ERC-1155, each supporting different functionalities for various use cases. We let you extend the functionalities of the base logic and add new functionalities.Various base smart contracts options include:
This extension of the base smart contract supports signature or on-demand minting, which allows you, the admin wallet, to generate signatures that, in turn, let others mint tokens on your smart contract. You can check any on-chain or off-chain conditions prior to letting anyone mint from your contract.
This extension of the base smart contracts lets you lazy-mint any number of NFTs at a time. In simple language, “lazy mint” refers to the process of defining metadata of specific token IDs of your NFT smart contract without the need to mint a non-zero balance of NFTs of those token IDs.
This extension of the base smart contract lets you create a series of “delayed reveal” NFTs. This means you can encrypt the metadata of your NFTs when initially lazy minting them and reveal them later once all the lazy-minted tokens are distributed.
This extension of a base smart contract forms the cornerstone for NFT drops which allow you to lazy-mint several batches of NFTs that other wallets can claim depending on certain conditions with an option of delayed reveal.
Smart Contract standards
While Ethereum forms the primary blockchain supporting most non-fungible tokens, its prominent smart contract development standards are ERC-721 and ERC-1155.
This data standard is used for building NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain and provides the uniqueness attribute to non-fungible tokens. The tokens created using this standard cannot be exchanged for another ERC-721 token, which makes them apt for developing non-fungible assets via a contract.
This data standard focuses on allowing developers to deploy both fungible and non-fungible tokens within the same smart contract, thus making itself “semi-fungible” in characteristic.
Smart Contract examples
NFT smart contracts offer various useful applications to creators enabling them to offer value to the token holders. Let's take a look at some of the interesting use cases of these smart contracts that make our lives easy.
FAQ NFT Smart Contract
Smart contracts are highly efficient in determining the authenticity of tokens. They validate the token's authenticity and its ownership as well. Smart contracts hold the vast potential to trace the unique and complete history of how the token is associated with the artwork or collectible. The best part is all the history is available to view on public blockchains. It's possible to verify the wallet addresses and their connected metadata using the blockchains.
Most popular NFT marketplaces, such as OpenSea, make all this information available to buyers to let them decide before making a purchase. This is a great advantage as it lets you verify the authenticity of the digital asset prior to spending your money.
Smart contracts prevent the counterfeiting of assets by providing the token creator, token ID, and its date of creation. The metadata of the digital asset and its contract work in tandem to prevent any fakes.
Even in cases where artwork or images are reproduced on the blockchains, the users can check the metadata and contract information to verify the authenticity. All these details are registered on the blockchain and available to the public to view the records of creation, purchase, or ownership information.
Access to token-gated experience
One of the amazing examples of NFT smart contracts utility is to provide holders access to token-gated experiences. NFTs have the outstanding feature of serving as tickets to both physical and virtual events.
An example in this regard is that of VeeFriends, which grants IRL access to its holders. The smart contract mentions that each NFT holder would receive an NFT ticket every year from 2022 to 2024. This ticket gives them access to a conference named VeeCon. VeeFriends automatically drops these tickets to the holders each year, thus enabling them to attend the conference.
Physical and Digital Merchandise Claims
Another marvelous example of NFT smart contracts is they let the creators offer gifts or merchandise to the holders. Through a token-gated check-out system, NFT holders can claim free merchandise items by connecting their digital wallets to the brand's website.
Various companies offer items like clothing, wine, and more to the holders for free; otherwise for which, they would have to pay. Not just physical products, some brands also offer unique virtual gifts like claims to another series of tokens for holders of the originals.
Voting rights are an interesting and highly useful application of NFT smart contracts. Many organizations, especially Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) use this feature for their governance. DAOs don't have a central authority or leadership and thus the token holders are the authority whose votes on behalf of the organization are used to implement changes. DAOs have emerged as an ultimate form of community-based NFT projects.
As the number of votes you hold increases, your votes weigh heavier. Most important point is that all this is driven by the underpinning smart contracts and thus no one can manipulate the system.
Execution of a real estate contract
The best aspect of NFT smart contracts is that they are applicable in real-life situations wherever contracts are involved. One such example is that of the real estate sector.
Let's consider the process involved in getting a loan from the bank for building a house. You need to submit documents, and personal information, have credit checks done, get approval from the bank, and more. All this is so time-consuming, and costly and makes the entire process seem daunting.
Smart contracts relieve you of all these hassles by just connecting the bank, the seller, and you. As they operate on blockchains and are code-based, they eliminate the need for any intermediaries. Additionally, they initiate the repayment while the bank holds the title until repayment is completed. Once done, the transfer of ownership title automatically takes place and all these transactions are recorded on the blockchains for public view.