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Creating an NFT whitelist using Merkle Tree Proofs

The easiest and most secure way to implement a whitelist to a Solidity NFT Smart Contract for Ethereum or Polygon.

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A lot of NFT projects currently implement some sort of whitelist. It’s a great idea as well. It reduces the number of bots. It gives whales a smaller chance of minting an insane number of tokens, and it can give whitelisted users even more perks if you implement…

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