ⓘ This is a collectable writing NFT
I tried the new Farcaster Frames functionality last week, minting some NFTs and creating several NFTs of my own. Farcaster is a protocol for building decentralized social networks; there are several client apps, including Warpcast, Supercaster, and others. Posts are called “casts,” and Farcaster Frames allow you to turn a cast into an interactive app, for functionality such as creating polls, minting NFTs, browsing galleries and more.
Using Manifold’s Frame Mint on Base app, I created a Frame URL to cast by first creating a plain image NFT, called “Airdrop of Can You Love Cover“ to mint from within a Frame, which used a “Recast and click 👉 Mint” workflow, with minting live for 24 hours:
The NFT used token standard ERC-1155 and minted 279 items. The frame cast itself was ultimately deleted; and “Airdrop of Can You Love Cover” NFT is viewable on OpenSea here. As promised in the frame cast, minters of this NFT would also then be (manually) airdropped my NFT “Can You Love” Cover:
For another Farcaster Frame, I again used Manifold’s app, this time with their newly added “Like and click 👉 Mint” workflow, and created ERC-1155 token “Mike Shupp Gallery Card,” an NFT "card" for my Gallery.so displays, to mint from within the frame cast:
To help beta test platform DropFrame, I made the photograph NFT “September Sunset in Northern Virginia,“ an ERC-721 token with a workflow to mint an edition of ~25 (or until gas would run out):
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