The NFT.Kred APIs provide a powerful set of tools for developing reliable and fast NFT Applications. NFT.Kred supports both Ethereum and non-Ethereum blockchains. With reference to the NFT.Kred app, we have put together this series of getting started guides to help you learn, how to use the API to design, create and distribute your tokens, use them in your marketing campaigns, trade and share tokens, and return all the data collected to your own application.


What you'll build

  • Step-by-step minting an NFT
  • How to buy and sell your own NFTs
  • NFT Marketplace
  • Blockchain wallets and Metamask
  • Request and Share NFTs
  • Auction NFTs
  • Add royalties to NFTs
  • NFTs Bundles
  • How to share your NFTs with others

Designing and Creating Tokens

Our first section covers how to design, and create ("mint"), and edit your tokens, how batches of tokens are managed, and how to retrieve token data and metadata.


Bundles provide a flexible marketing tool to realise the power of NFTs. You can group several batches of NFTs in a Bundle and sell them as a single unit. Using Bundle, you can track all the details of your subscribers and redemptions in real-time.


The Marketplace and its associated APIs provide a central place for users to share and trade their tokens. It interfaces seamlessly with OpenSea to provide maximum reach for your tokens and your users.

Tagging and Searching

This section details the API methods available for tagging, sorting, and searching tokens, whether in the marketplace, in the user's own collection, or across all tokens on a channel.

Requesting and Sharing

Users can send, request, and trade tokens with anyone - even with people not yet on the platform. Tokens can be freely sent to a blockchain wallet or held for anyone with an email address, mobile phone, or Twitter account to authenticate and collect.

Third-Party Apps

Tokens deployed on Ethereum and non-Ethereum blockchain are automatically compatible with a wide range of third-party apps, exchanges, and services, including OpenSea and common wallets such as Metamask, Dapper, and Coinbase.