EatTheBlocks – NFT 101 (2022)

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In 2020, OpenSea, the biggest NFT marketplace, had a trading volume of $4.76M for Q3 2020, vs $6.57B in Q3 2021, i.e an increase of 141,847%.

This massive influx of money made a lot of money to a lot of people:

  • NFT traders, like this trader who made $80k in one week flipping NFT.
  • NFT creators, like Beeple who sold an NFT for $69M.
  • NFT entrepreneurs, like OpenSea who earned $162.7M in trading for Q3 2020.
  • NFT developers, who work for the fast-growing NFT companies

Some people just don’t get it. They think NFTs just a fad. They don’t understand why someone would be willing to spend so much for NFTs. After, you can just copy paste these jpegs, right?

But no matter what they say, the NFTs revolution is upon us, and it’s going to change the world forever. For the first time in history, artists can monetize their art, on a large scale. Digital art is just one use case, and there are many other, like representing in-game assets.

How to get ed in NFTs as a developer?

There are 3 possibilities for developers in the NFT industry:

  • Work as an employee, for an NFT company, and make a great salary (up to $200-300k yearly salary for senior profiles)
  • Work as an NFT creator, using generative art for example. In this case, sky is the limit.
  • Work as an NFT developer, building your own NFT marketplace. In this case, sky is the limit too 🙂

But no matter what you want to do, you need to understand how NFTs work, at a technical level.

And for this, you need to understand:

  • The architecture of NFTs (smart contract
  • How to create NFT smart contract
  • How to create NFTs frontend
  • How to deploy the smart contract + frontend to visualize the NFT

And this is what you will learn in this course.

What will you learn in this course?

In this course you will learn:

  • The ERC721 standard, i.e the gold standard for NFTs
  • The ERC1155 standard
  • How to create NFT smart contracts using these 2 standards
  • How to mint NFTs
  • How to host the metadata on IPFS using Pinata
  • How to visualize the NFT image + metadata in the frontend

We will use:

  • Hardhat
  • Solidity
  • OpenZeppelin
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript
  • Ethers
  • React
  • Polygon network
    (This is an Ethereum-based Blockchain – the procedure is the same for all other Ethereum-based Blockchains)

IMPORTANT: We will not spend too much on the creation of the NFT image itself. This will be for the next course on NFT (NFT 201). Instead we will focus on the mechanics of the NFT (smart contract + frontend).

Let’s your NFT journey 🙂

Your Instructor

Joseph Roccisano

Hello World,

My name is Joseph a full stack blockchain developer and NFT lover. As an Instructor at EatTheBlocks, it’s my job to share with you all the skills i’ve learnt building blockchain applications for clients. So buckle up your seat belts because class is about to 😀

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Course Curriculum

Welcome

  • Course Introduction (1:22)
  • Prerequisites
  • Resources

Intro To NFTs

  • What Is An NFT (1:34)
  • Types Of NFTs (3:31)
  • History Of NFTs (1:50)
  • Architecture Of NFTs (2:37)
  • Quiz

Creating An ERC721 From Scratch

  • Introduction (0:34)
  • EIP721 Token Standard (2:03)
  • 1. Setup Hardhat (2:03)
  • 2. The BalanceOf Function (3:57)
  • 3. The OwnerOf Function (2:55)
  • 4. The Operator Functions (6:59)
  • 5. The Approval Functions (7:29)
  • 6. The Transfer Functions (13:29)
  • 7. Adding The ERC165 Standard (3:54)
  • Quiz

Creating Our First NFT

  • Introduction (0:27)
  • 8. The Super Mario World Contract (3:30)
  • 9. Adding TokenURI (3:09)
  • 10. Adding Mint (4:13)
  • 11. Updating ERC165 Interface (3:12)
  • 12. Creating Metadata (4:44)
  • 13. Uploading Mario (3:40)
  • 14. Configuring Hardhat (3:34)
  • 15. Getting A Private Key and RPC (1:19)
  • Adding Funds To Wallet (0:47)
  • 16. Updating Deploy Script (5:04)
  • Deploy Mario (1:20)
  • Viewing Mario On OpenSea (3:53)
  • Quiz

Building NFTs Fast With OpenZeppelin

  • Introduction (0:27)
  • 17. Creating An ERC721 With OpenZeppelin (5:42)
  • 18. Advanced Metadata (5:50)
  • 18.1 Uploading Luigi (1:14)
  • 19. Deploying Luigi (2:39)
  • Viewing Luigi On OpenSea (1:22)
  • Quiz

Creating An ERC1155 From Scratch

  • Introduction (0:29)
  • ERC721 vs ERC1155 (4:49)
  • 20. The BalanceOf Function (5:17)
  • 21. The BalanceOfBatch Function (5:55)
  • 22. The ApprovalForAll Function (7:40)
  • 23. The SafeTransferFrom Function (12:36)
  • 24. The SafeBatchTransferFrom Function (7:46)
  • 25. Adding The ERC165 Standard (3:18)
  • 26. Creating an NFT with ERC1155 (11:11)
  • 27. Defining Yoshi’s Metadata (4:03)
  • 28. Deploying Yoshi (5:50)
  • Quiz

Creating An NFT Visualiser

  • Introduction (0:34)
  • 29. Upload Metadata For A Whole Collection (7:06)
  • 30. Super Mario World Collection Contract (11:54)
  • 31. Deploy Collection (6:37)
  • 32. Frontend Setup (4:57)
  • 33. NFTCard Background (8:37)
  • 34. NFTCard Image (3:35)
  • 35. NFTCard Text (5:20)
  • 36. NFTCard For Multiple NFTs (5:21)
  • 37. App Page Cleanup (6:07)
  • 38. NFTModal Background (5:19)
  • 39. NFTModal Content (8:03)
  • 40. NFTModal Popup Logic (8:44)
  • 41. NFTModal Attributes (5:57)
  • 42. Connecting To The NFT With EthersJS (6:51)
  • 43. Getting Metadata With Axios (11:28)
  • 44. Connecting To Metamask (8:15)
  • 45. Building The NFTProgressBar (5:10)
  • 46. Making The UI Mobile Responsive (3:26)

Conclusion

  • Conclusion (1:20)