What is an NFT?
NFTs, or Non-Fungible Tokens, are one-of-a-kind digital assets such as images, videos, games, and music, created via blockchain technologies similar to cryptocurrencies. They are 'minted' on NFT marketplaces and can be purchased by anyone with a cryptocurrency wallet. What makes NFTs unique is that every transaction is tracked on its corresponding blockchain, much like a ledger. This reporting is what allows NFTs to be one-of-a-kind.
What do I need to get started sharing NFTs on Behance?
- A crypto wallet provided by MetaMask or Phantom connected to your AdobeID
- A minted NFT on the Ethereum, Solana or Polygon blockchain that is in the wallet you've attached to your AdobeID
- An active Behance profile
What is a crypto wallet?
Crypto wallets store information that allows users to interact on blockchains. The wallets can store cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and other information as well as Keys and Tokens that allow transactions to take place.
Can I sell NFTs on Behance?
Not directly. All transactions would need to occur on a marketplace.
What blockchain standards do you support?
Currently, we support Ethereum and Solana-based blockchains and plan to add others in the future.
What kind of NFTs can I post on Behance?
Only fully minted NFTs with image files will display on Behance at this time.
Can Behance display NFTs I've collected?
We currently do not display collected NFTs.
How do I add NFTs to my projects?
NFTs Not in Your Wallet: You can add an NFT not currently in your wallet to any of your Behance projects as long as you have the Contract Address and Token. More info here.
NFTs in Your Wallet: Once you've connected your wallet, you can import your NFTs to your Behance profile. From the NFT tab you can select any imported NFT and add it to a Project.