[Ethereum] where to find the address of the NFT contract I created on opensea


I want to see my NFTs in metamask, where can I get the contract address to add to metamask

Best Answer

If you are trying to use the browser extension of Metamask you wont be able to visualise your NFTs according to a Metamask article released 7 days ago.

You can however view them if you have the Metamask mobile app. If your NFTs are on Ethereum they should populate automatically. If they dont populate automatically you can try the steps that are outlined in that article:

  1. Find the NFT's address. On OpenSea, for example, on the NFT's page under Details, there is a blue hyperlinked value labelled "Contract Address". If you click on this, it will take you to the contract's address on Etherscan; at the top-left of that page, there should be an icon labelled "Contract", and to the right, a long string of letters and numbers. This is the address of the contract that created your NFT. Click on the "copy" icon to the right of the address, and you'll have it on your clipboard.
  2. In MetaMask Mobile, tap on the 'NFTs' tab, scroll down and tap on the "+ ADD NFTs" link. Paste the NFT's address from your clipboard into the "Address" box.
  3. Find the NFT's ID. A collectible's ID is a unique identifier since no two NFTs are alike. Again, on OpenSea this number is under "Details". Make a note of it, or copy it onto your clipboard.
  4. Paste the ID into the box marked "ID" in MetaMask Mobile, tap on the "ADD" button, and your NFTs should appear under the NFTs tab.
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