Bulq is a cutting-edge platform for uploading and managing your Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) in bulk. Our platform makes it easy and efficient to upload, manage, and sell your NFTs, all in one place. Saving NFT creators up to 30 minutes per NFT upload, you'll have loads of time to go back to what you love - creating!
Whether you're a seasoned NFT collector or just starting to explore the world of NFTs and web3, Bulq has everything you need to succeed.
At Bulq, we understand the importance of staying ahead of the curve when it comes to the latest trends and technology in the NFT space. That's why we have integrated top-of-the-line web3 technology into our platform, allowing you to take advantage of the latest advancements in the NFT and the web3 world. With our user-friendly interface and advanced features, Bulq is the perfect solution for both seasoned NFT experts and new users alike.
Our platform directly uploads to Opensea, the most popular NFT marketplace, on the Ethereum blockchain. Whether you're looking to sell your NFTs, trade them, or simply showcase your collection, Bulq has everything you need to succeed in the world of NFTs.
So what are you waiting for? Join the NFT revolution and start uploading your NFTs in bulk with Bulq today!
Please follow the instructions on https://metamask.io/ to install Metamask wallet.
Click on the "Buy credits" button, then select your plan and checkout with metamask, wait for the transaction to complete then return to the home screen to continue uploading.
Upload your files by either dragging and dropping them onto the designated area or by clicking the designated area to choose files from your device.
After the files are uploaded, click "Continue".
Enter a name for your collection and set the percentage of the sale price that will go to the creator as a fee.
Click "Upload" to upload the files to the IPFS.
Please wait while the files are being uploaded to the IPFS server.
Please wait for the smart contract to be deployed.
Please wait for the NFTs to be minted.
Your new NFTs have been created and can now be viewed on OpenSea.