8 Most Popular NFT Marketplace to Mint Your NFT

In this article, we will be looking at some of the most popular NFT marketplaces to mint your NFT without worrying about the charges involved.

Minting a non-fungible token (NFT) means turning any digital file into a digital asset which will be stored on the blockchain where nobody can remove or modify it. A larger percentage of NFs are launched on the Ethereum blockchain.

There are different online marketplaces where you can mint your NFTs, but for the best results, it is best you choose a viable marketplace, and there are still many of these platforms that offer free minting options. If you are still new to NFTs, check out this complete beginner's guide on how to mint NFTs on OpenSea.

8 Most Popular NFT Marketplace to Mint Your NFT

There are definitely more NFT marketplaces on the internet, but we'll be focusing on the 8 most popular marketplaces to mint your own NFTs.

1. OpenSea

Opensea logo
Image credit: OpenSea/ @opensea/ Twitter

OpenSea is a peer-to-peer marketplace for NFTs, rare digital items and crypto collectibles. The platform has an easy-to-use interface that makes minting an NFT very easy.

OpenSea has established itself as the most popular NFT marketplace to mint your own NFT with support from over 150 cryptocurrencies. OpenSea offers Klatyn, Polygon, and Ethereum blockchains, and also a gas-free minting option. You can read our guide on how to mint NFT on OpenSea.

2. Rarible

rarible logo
Image credit: Rarible/ @rarible/Twitter

The second NFT marketplace on our list is Rarible, which is ideal for NFT sellers who focus on art and photography. Rarible offers support for Ethereum, Flow, and Tezos blockchains with the ability to sell both single NFTs or full collections.

The platform has a reasonable amount of gas fees because of the support of Tezos, which costs only $0.5 to mint NFTs. Rarible also has a “lazy minting” feature that allows its users to create an NFT for free and have the buyer pay gas fees when they purchase it.

The best part about Rarible is that they also have their own token known as RARI.

3. Binance NFT

Binance is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges that has been around for a while. The NFT marketplace on Binance is the third most popular option for anyone looking to mint on a future-proof platform.

The best thing that makes Binance NFT stand out from other marketplaces like OpenSea is that it charges just 1% per transaction and also offers the option of cashing out your money in fiat currency.

On Binance NFT, you can make bids using BNB, BUSD, or ETH and charge 0.005 BNB to mint an NFT, with your first 10 being free.

4. Nifty Gateway

Nifty Gateway
Image credit: Nifty Gateway/ @niftygateway/ Twitter

Nifty Gateway has been around for a long time and has some of the most expensive early NFT sales, like the world's most expensive NFT that sold for a whopping $91.8 million.

Nifty Gateway is for those who are working on a premium collection because of the large audience of celebrity artists' purchases. The platform doesn't also charge a minting fee for on-platform transactions, and creators can also receive payments in fiat currency.

The unique feature of Nifty Gateway is the fact that it also lists NFTs that are on sale on other platforms, like OpenSea.

5. SuperRare 

SuperRare is one of those platforms that has a simplistic approach and an extremely user-friendly interface. The NFT marketplace on SuperRare allows digital artists and consumers to interact directly.

All transactions are conducted in ETH, and the platform charges a base fee of 3% of the transaction amount.

6. Foundation


Foundation is a hassle-free NFT marketplace that has sold NFTs worth 50,239 ETH. The platform, which was built on the Ethereum blockchain, allows creators to list their artworks and auction them to collectors who can bid on them in ETH.

7. Async Art

Async Art

Async Art accepts different types of NFTs, ranging from art to music and others. Async Art runs on the Ethereum blockchain, just like many other marketplaces on the internet.

The platform supports different features and one of those features, is the ability to perform gasless minting, which allows artists to create "Gasless Autonomous Art."

8. Axie Infinity

Axie Infinity is the most sought-after NFT marketplace in the gaming world. This is a dedicated marketplace for gamers as it allows players to create, buy, and sell axies (game characters and other digital collectibles).

The platform is a creative and user-friendly domain that offers some of the top and most expensive NFTs, with its market cap going into the billions.


If you would like to get started with NFTs at this time when they are in high demand, the platforms listed here are the best options to kick-start your career. You will never know if you are creating the next million-dollar NFT until you take your first step.

We have created a guide to help you mint your first NFTs on the OpenSea. Check out the article here. And who knows? Maybe the NFT you create will sell for a decent amount.

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