How to Issue Your Own NFT on Rarible for Auction?

2020-11-25 08:50:00 · 6456 views · 4 min read


On 18th Nov Cointelegraph, one of the most influential cryptocurrency media held its first auction of single edition NFTs. The auction will run through 30th Nov.



The auction is held on Cointelegraph’s Rarible page. 

Each piece of artwork is an ERC20 standard Non-Fungible Token. According to its own press release, these NFTs are based on famous works of art. For example, “The Last ICO” is inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”. The introduction of this piece hints a sense of humor: da Vinci’s mural captures the reactions of the ICO apostles when it is announced that one of them will be a scam. 



Are you also inspired by some fun trading facts? Have some awesome ideas or original memes in mind?



Why not issue your own NFTs on Rarible just as Cointelegraph did? No coding or tech skills required. Here’s how did our own Halloween NFT launch and giveaway via Rarible. Let’s go through the process step by step: 



Step 1: 

Go to, click “Create”.



Step 2: 

Choose if you want to create “Single” or “Multiple” NFTs.



Step 3:

Upload your artworks (It can be a simple pic or a gif). Fill in the blanks with its name, short description, etc.



Step 4: 

After you complete all the info, click “Create”. 



Step 5: 

Follow steps in the top-up to mint your NFTs. 



Step 6: 

Now your NFTs have been minted! Click the “...” button to list it on OpenSea



Step 7: 

Go to OpenSea to set price and the auction type for your NFTs. You can sell at a fixed or declining price. Or auction to the highest bidder. If you have a collection of NFTs, you are also able to group this one with others to sell.



Step 8: 

Connect your wallet, post your listing. Your NFT auction has been successfully launched! 


The steps are quite easy. So if you have some nice works, just issue your own NFTs via Rarible and earn from the auction now! 




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