NFT Wallet Development
NFT Wallet Development
Non-fungible token, also known as NFT, is sort of a cryptocurrency token that works as a digital certificate of property right for physical or virtual assets. These tokens are a unique, non-fungible, non-interchangeable digital identifier, hence they are not a payment method. People use them to buy, sell, and trade unique goods, such as: paintings, photographs, texts, music, and videos.
In this article, we will look in detail at how to create a cryptocurrency wallet to manage these tokes and the development costs of such a product.
In a grand sense, an NFT wallet is a standard cryptocurrency wallet that is compatible with basic tokens, like: BTC, ETH and USDT, but it also accepts non-fungible tokens. For instance, ERC-721, ERC-1155, TRC-721, dGoods, BEP-721 and BEP-1155 protocols. Moreover, these wallets usually have additional integrations with NFT marketplaces and DeFi projects that allow them to create, manage, and trade the assets.
The most known NFT wallets are Metamask, Enjin, Math Wallet, Trust Wallet, AlphaWallet. These platforms help to store, buy, and sell NFTs for cryptocurrencies or fiat. They offer a simple and intuitive interface and integration with the following NFT marketplaces: OpenSea, Rarible, Makers Place. There you can create your non-fungible token and put it up for auction.
Here are the results of the security research of popular NFT wallets with the list of main protection functions lead by Hacken.
The development process of an NFT wallet is different from the standard ones since there are additional requirements for security and safety. The thing is that cryptocurrency transactions are anonymous and irreversible, so stolen money can be hardly retrieved. Furthermore, cryptocurrency wallets work on open source code, which brings additional requirements to the safety levels and security measures.
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The development process of an NFT wallet goes through the following steps:
The description of bitcoin wallets: advantages, disadvantages, and examples. SourceOn the first step of developing your NFT wallet, you will need to determine your main target audience, since it has a great impact on the design, function, technological stack, integrations, etc. Here is the description of the main solutions:
Oftentimes, it is worth doing research on the market, target audience, and competitors, before developing any software project. The research will help you to understand, which product your users expect to see (design, functions, integrations), which solutions are popular and successful at the moment and which are not. You can use this data to develop an NFT wallet that will fit the needs of your users and will gain them income.
Depending on the type and deepness of the analyses, we can outline these research methods:
Enhanced security. In such networks as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and BSC you can not cancel a wrong or unauthorized transaction, and the counterparty can be hardly found, hence the users do not have any chance to retrieve the money if they were stolen. This is why your software should be protected from hackers, fishing, and user mistakes.
Here are some functions that you can apply to enhance the protection of your NFT wallet, except cryptography and code testing:
Favorite addresses. This is one more solution to save people from entering public keys, which will make recurring transactions even faster, for example, paying for subscriptions. The QR codes and this feature are not necessary, but people love it, and they are easy to develop, so almost every cryptocurrency wallet has it.
NFC support. If you want your wallet to work with non-fungible tokens, it should support the: ERC721, ERC1155, Composables, dGoods, NFT Cosmos, TRC-721, BEP-721, BEP-1155, and others. It would be even better if your wallet allows users to create their NFT assets.
Notifications. This is a very useful feature that will notify your users about important events: transaction verification, new messages, application updates, depositswithdrawals, suspicious activity, etc.
An example of a design. Source
Possible backend architecture of an NFT wallet. SourceNow, as we discussed the design and function of your NFT wallet, we need to check the technical part of the software development.
Here is what you can use for it:
7. Testing the product
After writing the very first lines of code, QA engineers test it for bugs and issues. Moreover, QA engineers test the usability, functionality, security, safety, and general system in various workload scenarios.
When the code of your NFT wallet is ready and tested, the deployment on the server starts. Furthermore, your product gets listed on Google Play and App Store, if you are focused on the mobile market.
A good development company will always help their clients, even after the release of a product. If you have any difficulties or encounter any issues after the release, the developers will help you to solve every single problem. In addition, they will help you to organize the support team service.
#1. How an NFT Wallet works
#2. NFT Wallet Features
#3. NFT Wallet Security
#4. How to develop an NFT Wallet
#5. 1. Choosing the wallet type (platform)
#6. 3. Choosing the main functions of an NFT wallet
#7. 4. NFT Wallet Design
#8. 5. Choosing the technological stack
#9. 6. NFT wallet coding
#10. 8. Deployment
#11. 9. Support
#12. NFT Wallet development costs