🖼️NFT (ERC1155)

When you create a bonding curve-backed NFT, you are crafting an asset in ERC1155 form by selecting another ERC20 token as the base asset for your NFT's bonding curve pool. Connect your wallet and visit the Create page to access the Bonding Curve Asset Wizard. Launching your bonding curve asset involves three simple steps.

Step 1. Set the NFT information details.

  1. Select the asset type as a NFT (ERC1155).

  2. Select the blockchain network for issuing the asset. Mint Club currently supports Ethereum, Base, Optimism, Arbitrum, Polygon, Avalanche, BNB Chain, and Sepolia (Testnet).

  3. Choose a base asset. This is any ERC20 token used as the foundation for your NFT's bonding curve pool. You can enter the token contract to set an ERC20 token not listed in the basic token list.

  4. Name your NFT collection and assign its symbol. The NFT symbol should not exceed 6 letters. Mint Club contracts avoid duplicating NFT symbols on the same blockchain network, ensuring each bonding curve NFT symbol generated is unique per chain.

  1. Set royalty rates between 0% and 50% for minting or burning this NFT. You can apply the same rate for both actions or set different rates. Be prepared to justify your reasons for setting different minting and burning royalties to your NFT holders.

Step 2. Bonding curve design

Mint Club’s bonding curve wizard offers full customization for your curve design, providing maximum flexibility.

  1. Choose a curve type: linear, exponential, logarithmic, or flat line.

  2. Set price variation intervals from 1 to 100. This determines the number of steps for equal price levels throughout your NFT’s journey. A higher interval creates a smoother curve, while a lower one results in a more step-like curve.

  3. You can allocate free minting NFTs for yourself (the creator). These will automatically transfer to your wallet upon asset issuance, useful for private sales or community airdrops. You can use our airdrop tool to conduct a public or private airdrop for marketing purposes. You can also use our lock-up tool for contract-level lock-ups of these NFTs, providing transparency to your NFT holders.

  4. Define NFT specifications like maximum minting supply, which caps the total number of NFTs mintable. The initial minting price is where your bonding curve begins, and the final minting price is the peak when max supply is reached.

  1. Customize your bonding curve by adjusting step price ranges. You can move handles on the graph to change price levels at each interval. The table below shows detailed information for each interval, including pricing and TVL (Total Value Locked) in the base asset.

  1. Review your NFT structure before deployment. The wizard provides feedback on two key aspects: 1) Full minting possibility and 2) Free minting justification.

    • Full Minting Possibility: It evaluates whether this NFT collection can be fully minted, given the base asset’s total supply. If achieving full-minting status seems unattainable due to the limited supply of the base asset, consider adjusting your NFT specifications.

    • Free Minting Justification: This checks the proportion of free minting allocation compared to the max minting supply. Ensure your actions for the free minting amount are justifiable to your holders, possibly through NFT lock-up or airdrop tools provided by Mint Club.

  2. When all details are confirmed, click the Deploy button.

For a deeper understanding of detailed curve design tactics, please refer to the following document.

🎨pageBonding Curve Design

Step 3. Deploy the bonding NFT

This step allows you to conduct a final review of the bonding curve-backed NFT you are about to issue. It's important to note that once deployed, you cannot alter any NFT information, specifications, or curve design.

Please read the checkbox messages carefully. After fully understanding and agreeing to them, click the checkboxes to activate the launch button.

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