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Mint a Polygon NFT on OpenSea

A Quick How To Guide

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In my previous post on minting NFTs on OpenSea, I looked at a quick formula for publishing digital collectibles onto the Ethereum blockchain. One major drawback to using that blockchain in its “Layer 1” capacity is that gas fees power transactions, and they tend to be upwards of $100 USD (or significantly higher).




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