To get a list of NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) that you have minted, you need to interact with the NFT smart contract and query the blockchain for the tokens that have been minted by your address. The exact steps and code required depend on the blockchain platform and the NFT smart contract you are using.

Here's a general outline of the steps to get a list of NFTs that you have minted:

  1. Identify the NFT Smart Contract: Determine the address of the NFT smart contract that you have used to mint the tokens. This information can usually be found in the documentation of the NFT project or the minting service you used.

  2. Connect to the Blockchain: Use a web3 library (such as Web3.js for Ethereum) to connect to the blockchain network where the NFT smart contract is deployed. You will need an Ethereum wallet (such as MetaMask) to sign transactions and interact with the blockchain.

  3. Query the NFT Smart Contract: Once connected to the blockchain, use the NFT smart contract's ABI (Application Binary Interface) to interact with the contract and query the tokens you have minted. You can do this by calling the balanceOf function with your wallet address to get the total number of tokens you have minted.

  4. Get Token IDs: After obtaining the total number of tokens you have minted, you can iterate through the token IDs (usually starting from 0) and call the ownerOf function to check if each token belongs to your address. If it does, you can add it to your list of minted NFTs.

  5. Display the List: Once you have collected the list of minted NFTs, you can display them in your application's frontend.

Below is a basic example using Web3.js to retrieve a list of minted NFTs on the Ethereum network:

const Web3 = require('web3'); const web3 = new Web3(''); const contractAddress = '0x123...'; // Replace with your NFT smart contract address const walletAddress = '0x456...'; // Replace with your wallet address async function getMintedNFTs() { const abi = [/* Replace with the ABI of your NFT smart contract */]; const nftContract = new web3.eth.Contract(abi, contractAddress); const totalTokens = await nftContract.methods.balanceOf(walletAddress).call(); const mintedNFTs = []; for (let tokenId = 0; tokenId < totalTokens; tokenId++) { const owner = await nftContract.methods.ownerOf(tokenId).call(); if (owner === walletAddress) { mintedNFTs.push(tokenId); } } return mintedNFTs; } getMintedNFTs().then((mintedNFTs) => { console.log('Minted NFTs:', mintedNFTs); });

Remember to replace '' with the correct URL for the Ethereum network you want to connect to and '0x123...' with the actual address of your NFT smart contract.

Keep in mind that the exact code and steps will vary based on the blockchain platform, the NFT standard used (e.g., ERC-721 or ERC-1155), and the libraries you choose to use. Always refer to the specific documentation and resources for your chosen blockchain and NFT project for more detailed and accurate implementation instructions.

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