For artists looking to certify a collection of physical works
1. Define collection level metadata
Input the basic collection level information for this project
Collection Image - Select an image that will represent your collection on Iterati and will be used by the smart contract for display on all external NFT marketplaces.
Collection Name - Select a name that will represent your collection on Iterati and will be used by the smart contract for display on all external NFT marketplaces.
Collection Symbol - Provide a short trading symbol that will be used for your artworks should they ever trade on a secondary marketplace.
Support Editions - With editions, you are able to certify and sell multiple editions for each artwork. If you would rather offer unique 1/1 pieces, leave this box unchecked. This cannot be changed after you finish enrolling your collection.
2. Connect a crypto wallet
Connecting a crypto wallet is an important part of establishing the provenance that makes Iterati Certificates of Authenticity secure and durable.
Think of your crypto wallet as a highly secure way to generate signatures that cannot be forged. We bundle these signatures into all our COA's so anyone can verify that the artwork they are validating came directly from you, the creator.
For creators without a crypto wallet, we recommend downloading Coinbase Wallet as a free and user friendly option to get going.
3. Generate a signed attestation
This is step establishes unfalsifiable provenance. The attestation you generate here is signed by your crypto wallet and bundled into every COA generated for this collection.
This step will not create a blockchain transaction or cost you any gas.
4. Confirm and Deploy
Make sure your collection details look good and click deploy.
Congratulations you have just enrolled your first collection onto Iterati!