How to create a stylish Nano QR code

Json (Joohansson)
Apr 5, 2019 · 1 min read

Standard QRs are boring. This guide will create a nice one!

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End Result

Steps:

  1. Go to https://www.unitag.io/qrcode
  2. QR Code type: Other types -> Text
  3. Paste your wallet address and if you want the wallet to automatically fill amount then add nano: to the beginning and ?amount=[raw] at the end. For 1 nano you would end up with 30 zeros: nano:nano_1gur37mt5cawjg5844bmpg8upo4hbgnbbuwcerdobqoeny4ewoqshowfakfo?amount=1000000000000000000000000000000
  4. Colors: Shaded colors -> Color 1: 4a90e2, Color 2: 000034
  5. Colors: Shading type -> Radial
  6. Look: Modules=Connections, Eyes=Grid
  7. Logo: Download and then upload this: https://i.imgur.com/9xT3V70.png
  8. Logo: Excavate the logo -> NO
  9. Eyes: Change if you want
  10. Options: QR Code redundancy -> Low (or higher if you want it less sensitive to missing parts)
  11. Options: Change background or turn it off for png transparency
  12. Download QR Code!
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