Step 4: Mint

With Bueno Drops, your collectors will be able to mint their tokens directly from your Bueno Drops collection page. In this section, we will walk you through the minting process for your drops.

Mint Page

Your mint page will already have the settings from your initial set up before deployment, including social links and drop description. You can read more on that here.

If you need to make changes to your mint page after deployment, select the cog symbol near the top right to bring up the Drop Settings side bar. Here, you can also customize your mint page URL.

To view your drop's mint page, select View Drop, located above the cog symbol.

Next, share your link! Collectors will simply connect their wallet and select the collectable they wish to mint.

Once the selection has been made, the collector will be asked to complete the transaction via their connected wallet.


Bueno Drops offers an easy-to-use airdropping tool for those that wish to mint tokens for their collectors. To access airdropping, select the token you'd like to airdrop from your Manage page after contract deployment. Then, scroll to the bottom of the token settings side bar.

You'll be given the option to airdrop to a single wallet, or you can upload a list of wallet addresses.

Changing Settings Before Mint Starts

Remember: while price and allowlists can be edited at any time, supply & minting dates cannot be altered once a token is first minted.

Once a token has been minted (eg, purchased by a collector, or airdropped), the following things cannot change:

  • Title

  • Description

  • Traits

  • Image

  • Supply

  • Start / End Dates

At any point, the following things can be changed:

  • Purchase price of the token

  • Allowlist associated with the token

To make changes, go to your Manage page and select the token you wish to edit. This will bring up the token settings side panel.

Anytime you make a change, you'll have to save to apply your new settings. Metadata and image data changes can be made without any fees, but all other token settings (including changes to minting limits and allowlists) will require a small gas fee to sync the change.

Note: only the deployer wallet can make changes to a contract's mint settings.

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