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Prepare files

Step 1 - Prepare NFT collection files
Before starting the NFTs collection setup on the Crossbased NFTs launch is needed to have properly prepared media and metadata files.

Setup JSON metadata files

Make sure that you have a corresponding JSON file for each media file. Each JSON file should be named exactly as its NFT file (for instance: 1.png and 1.json). Ensure that JSON file's metadata files are properly formatted and match the media file.
1.json file example
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{
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"name": "Combot #1",
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"description": "Discover Combots, ComVerse's collection of 999 NFTs. Providing holders passive income and original NFT art. By Combased.",
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"attributes": [
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{
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"trait_type": "Background",
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"value": "Rainbow"
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},
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{
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"trait_type": "Body",
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"value": "Pink"
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},
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{
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"trait_type": "Body Outfit",
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"value": "Food Fight"
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},
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{
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"trait_type": "Face Expression",
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"value": "Ready To Fight"
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},
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{
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"trait_type": "Face",
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"value": "Reading Glasses"
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}
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]
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}

Setup Single Folder

Gather all of your media files, including images and videos, along with their corresponding metadata files, and place them into a single folder. Use the following naming convention for all files: 1.png (or jpg/mp4/etc.) for media files, and 1.json for metadata files (1.png / 1.json, 2.png / 2.json, 3.png / 3.json, and so on until the max supply number.)

Upload Folder to IPFS

We strongly recommend using Pinata to upload your entire folder to the IPFS network. However, please note that storing your files on IPFS is not free of charge. To ensure that your items remain accessible indefinitely, you will need to "pin" them.