After you create an NFT, the next step is to sell it to an audience. OpenSea makes this process considerably easy, allowing you to alter the pricing, set royalties, and even create auctions.
To sell your NFT, navigate to your profile on the top-right.
From there, select the NFT that you intend to sell. You will then be taken to the listing page.
On the listing page, you can set the price of your NFT, as well as the kind of sale you want. The two options include a Timed Auction and a Fixed Price sale.
As you can imagine, Fixed Price NFTs can be sold right away once a buyer matches your asking price.
For a timed auction, you must select a duration. You can select the duration from a drop-down calendar, and OpenSea also gives you default options, including one day, three days, and one week.
If you want, you can also group the NFT as part of a collection. To do so, just add the buyer’s address under the Reserve for a specific buyer field.
It’s important to note that platforms like OpenSea charge a fee for allowing creators to sell NFTs on their platform. The service fee is 2.5%. You can also set up a creator royalty, which entitles you to a small percentage of the sale every time your NFT changes ownership.
Once you are done, your NFT will be listed for sale on OpenSea.