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The Ultimate Guide to Tezos NFT Marketplaces

In this article we cover all the major NFT marketplaces on the Tezos blockchain, including marketplaces for CryptoArt, NFT collectibles, NFT photography, and NFT music. Rarible integrated with Tezos as part of its multi-chain growth, however, we do not cover that in detail here as Rarible is primarily an Ethereum-based marketplace, but do keep it in mind.

If you’d like an extensive list of alternative NFT marketplaces, you can read our other article on that over here, as well as our guide on the top Solana NFT marketplaces and the most popular Ethereum NFT art platforms.

Keep in mind that many marketplaces that are not on Ethereum are not as established and some may unexpectedly shut down as they are still in the experimental phase. As with most platforms that are not curated, you will need to put your work out there and network as much as possible to attract collectors. Read our article ‘How to Become a CryptoArtist in 10 Steps’ on how to effectively promote and sell your work.

Below we cover Kalamint, Hic et Nunc, FXhash, Objkt, Byteblock, MinterPop, Arago, and OneOf.

If you’re looking for information on how to create an NFT/CryptoArt, read this article.

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Kalamint has mixed reviews, but if you love Tezos, this is your place. Artists need to be approved in order to mint and sell their art on the platform, however, there is quite a good mix of artists, from average art to higher quality art. There is a fair amount of anime and collectibles, and the prices range from $50 to $1,000 and up.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ

Platform fees (excluding gas): Unknown (perhaps only transaction fees)

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: Everyone can apply

Auction style: Place a bid on running auction or Buy It Now

Royalties: Set your own percentage

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Hic et Nunc has become one of the most popular CryptoArt marketplaces. It is one of the best platforms for emerging artists, although many established artists have also been joining. There is a lot of experimentation going on and many artists are making a name for themselves on there. The original owner and creator of the platform recently stepped down and the community took over managing it.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ

Platform fees (excluding gas): 2.5% paid by the buyer

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: New artists (although established artists or artists with big followings have also been joining recently)

Auction style: Highest Bid Auction & Price Drop auction styles can be done on a separate website called objkt.com

Royalties: 10% on secondary sales

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FXhash is an open platform to create and collect generative NFTs. Although there is a simple verification process, there is no curation and the platform is open for all artists to use and create generative art. You will need a Kukai or Temple wallet to make NFT transactions.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ

Platform fees (excluding gas): 2.5% during beta, after the official release it will be 5% for minting and 2.5% on sales

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: Everyone

Auction style: None

Royalties: None

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Objkt is one of the most popular Tezos NFT marketplaces which also sells Hic et Nunc NFTs. Anyone can mint on Objkt, and the platform has really made an effort to up its game by introducing user interface updates and new marketplaces features such as floor price tracking and NFT aggregation services.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ

Platform fees (excluding gas): 2.5% on successful transactions and around 0.0011 Tez for listing an NFT

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: Everyone

Auction style: English Auction and Price Drop Auction

Royalties: Yes, however, the exact percentage is not stated

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Byteblock is an open platform that was created specifically for the Indian and Southeast Asian markets. Artists don’t even need to register on the site to mint an NFT, so it is extremely easy to get started if you’re new to the space. New artists also receive free $XTZ so they can mint their first NFT for free. In addition, the marketplace supports secondary sales from Hic et Nunc, Kalamint and Objkt.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ

Platform fees (excluding gas): 1%

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: Everyone

Auction style: Lazy Auction on the Discord server every Wednesday, and text and voice-based immediate auction every Saturday

Royalties: Between 3%-10%

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MinterPop is an NFT marketplace developed by InterPop, a company focused on comics NFTs and games on the Tezos blockchain. The platform takes copyright and authentication quite seriously in order to ensure that buyers receive quality NFTs, so artists will have to go through a vetting process before being able to mint their artworks.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ and Credit Card

Platform fees (excluding gas): Unknown

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: Everyone can apply but must go through a vetting process

Auction style: Timed Auction

Royalties: Unknown

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A specialized NFT marketplace on Tezos focused exclusively on photography NFTs and developing a thriving market for photographers. Arago labels itself as a high-end studio gallery, and is quite centralized in many ways, with a hefty commission fee. Applicants must go through a vetting process as the platform curates all the content, and for each photograph only a total of 8 NFTs can be minted. One goes to the creator and the rest are for collectors.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ, Credit Card, Debit Card

Platform fees (excluding gas): 50% commission fee on initial sale of all 7 NFTs, plus a 5% management fee

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: Photographers

Auction style: None

Royalties: 5%

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OneOf is an exclusive NFT platform for musician artists only. It supports artists of all levels, from legendary acts and today’s top stars to independent artists looking to make it in the industry. The platform offers an Emerging Artists Spotlight program specifically designed to connect new talent with new fans. You will have to email the platform and go though a vetting process.

Blockchain: Tezos

Payment: $XTZ, Credit Card, Debit Card, ETH, BTC

Platform fees (excluding gas): Commission-based, exact percentage unknown

What kind of artists is this platform ideal for?: Musicians

Auction style: Timed Auction

Royalties: Unknown

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