Mint

Mint new NFTs from JSON files.

For both subcommands the --immutable flag sets the NFT data to be immutable and the --primary-sale-happened flag sets the primary sale happened bool to true.

Mint One

Mint a single NFT from a JSON file.

Usage

metaboss mint one --keypair <KEYPAIR> --nft-data-file <PATH_TO_NFT_DATA_FILE> --receiver <RECEIVER_ADDRESS>
metaboss mint one --keypair <KEYPAIR> --external-metadata-uri <EXTERNAL_METADATA_URI> --receiver <RECEIVER_ADDRESS> --immutable --primary-sale-happened

The JSON files should contain all the necessary data required to create an NFT's metadata fields. Creator verified fields must be false unless the creator is also the keypair.

Example JSON file:

{
    "name": "TestNFT1",
    "symbol": "TNFT",
    "uri": "https://arweave.net/FPGAv1XnyZidnqquOdEbSY6_ES735ckcDTdaAtI7GFw",
    "seller_fee_basis_points": 100,
    "creators": [
        {
            "address": "PanbgtcTiZ2PveV96t2FHSffiLHXXjMuhvoabUUKKm8",
            "verified": false,
            "share": 100
        }
    ]
}

The --external-metadata-uri option takes a URI to an external metadata file such as an Arweave link pointing to a JSON file.

If receiver is set, the NFT will be minted directly to the receiver's address, otherwise it is minted to keypair. Observant users may note that with a simple bash script this allows airdrops to be deployed with Metaboss.

Use the --sign option to sign the metadata with the keypair immediately after minting.

Editions

To mint a NFT with the ability to print editions from it use the --max-editions <max-editions> option. This defaults to 0 meaning no editions are allowed. Setting it to a positive integer means you can print up to that many editions. Setting to a value of -1 means unlimited editions. Because of how the CLI interprets the - symbol to set max editions to infinite you should use the = sign for the --max-editions option: metaboss mint one -a <master_account> --max-editions='-1'.

To mint editions from a master NFT use themetaboss mint editions command to either mint the next n editions sequentially using --next-editions <int> or mint specific edition numbers using --specific-editions <int> <int> <int> with a list of integer edition numbers to mint.

To find any edition numbers in the sequence that have not been minted use metaboss find missing-editions.

To find and mint any missing editions and mint them to the authority keypair use metaboss mint missing-editions.

To find the full list of options for each command use -h or --help as normal.

Mint List

Mint multiple NFTs from a list of JSON files.

Usage

metaboss mint list --keypair <KEYPAIR> --nft-data-dir <PATH_TO_NFT_DATA_FILE> --receiver <RECEIVER_ADDRESS>

This command functions the same as mint one except instead of a single JSON file, provide a path to a directory with multiple JSON files, one for each NFT to be minted.

metaboss mint list --keypair <KEYPAIR> --external-metadata-uris <PATH_TO_JSON_FILE> --receiver <RECEIVER_ADDRESS> --immutable --primary-sale-happened

To mint from URIs provide the path to a JSON file containing a list of URIs.

By default, new NFTs are minted as mutable, to make them immutable use the --immutable option.

Use the --sign option to sign the metadata with the keypair immediately after minting.