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Erc721WithQuantitySignatureMintable.generate() method

Generate a signature that can be used to mint a dynamic NFT


const nftMetadata = {
name: "Cool NFT #1",
description: "This is a cool NFT",
image: fs.readFileSync("path/to/image.png"), // This can be an image url or file

const startTime = new Date();
const endTime = new Date( + 60 * 60 * 24 * 1000);
const payload = {
metadata: nftMetadata, // The NFT to mint
to: {{wallet_address}}, // Who will receive the NFT (or AddressZero for anyone)
quantity: 2, // the quantity of NFTs to mint
price: 0.5, // the price per NFT
currencyAddress: NATIVE_TOKEN_ADDRESS, // the currency to pay with
mintStartTime: startTime, // can mint anytime from now
mintEndTime: endTime, // to 24h from now
royaltyRecipient: "0x...", // custom royalty recipient for this NFT
royaltyBps: 100, // custom royalty fees for this NFT (in bps)
primarySaleRecipient: "0x...", // custom sale recipient for this NFT

const signedPayload = contract.signature.generate(payload);
// now anyone can use these to mint the NFT using ``


generate(mintRequest: PayloadToSign721withQuantity): Promise<SignedPayload721WithQuantitySignature>;


mintRequestPayloadToSign721withQuantitythe payload to sign



the signed payload and the corresponding signature


Takes in an NFT and some information about how it can be minted, uploads the metadata and signs it with your private key. The generated signature can then be used to mint an NFT using the exact payload and signature generated.