Submitting information

Your reference for the transaction:
Please save this reference for any futures exchanges.

Please send this EXACT AMOUNT ADAto the following address:


You should use an official wallet Daedalus or Eternl or Nami or Typhon.

Don't close your internet browser.
When Cardano network is congested, it can take up to 30min to see the transaction confirmed on CardanoScan.

If something happens, send us the reference with the payment amount per

Once the amount is received on our address, we will mint the new native token and send it back to you with 2 ADA.

You can always follow your transaction arriving to our address on the blockchain .

Your token has been successfully created and is sent back to your address.
You will soon receive the token and the metadata on your wallet.

You can follow the transaction with the following link.

When Cardano network is congested, it can take up to 30min to see the transaction confirmed on CardanoScan.

Don't hesitate to contact us at "" if you encounter any issues.

Please keep the following reference for any futures exchanges with us:

You can also see your minted native token / nft on with the the following link

If you need, you can find the policy minting script on the the following link.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find a answer to all your questions you have about the cardano native token and NFT Builder

I drafted most of the question, I could have if I would use this service the first time, of course feel free to reach out directly at

Cardano Token Registry Questions

What is the Cardano token registry?

The Cardano token registry is an official curated list of native tokens on the Cardano blockchain. It provides a way to associate metadata, such as a token's name, description, and logo, with its unique identifier. This information helps wallets, exchanges, and other services display accurate and consistent information about the token.

What do I need to do to register a token on the Cardano token registry?

After minting your token using our service, on the confirmation popup, you will receive a reference and a link to a form.
Fill out the form to generate a JSON file containing the required metadata for your token.
Once you have the JSON file, submit a GitHub pull request on the official Cardano token registry repository to register your token.

What do I need to do a pull request?

A pull request is a way to contribute to a project on GitHub. It allows you to take ownership of your project and submit your changes for review. In the context of the Cardano token registry, you will need to create a pull request to add your token's metadata to the registry.

What do I need to do with the JSON received for the token registry?

After receiving the JSON for the token registry, it is important to use the same name as the original JSON file downloaded. You now need to follow the instructions provided in the Cardano Token Registry's official guide on How to submit an entry to the registry.

Please note that it can take a couple of days before a Pull Request is merged. If you prefer to follow a step-by-step video tutorial, you can watch this YouTube video starting at 15 minutes and 20 seconds, as the content before this timestamp has already been covered.

Could you do the Cardano token registration for me?

The Cardano token registry was designed with the intention of empowering token creators to take ownership of their projects and legitimize them by submitting a pull request themselves. By doing so, creators are directly involved in the process of registering their tokens, which promotes a sense of responsibility and project ownership.

We encourage you to follow the available video tutorial, which offers step-by-step guidance on how to submit a pull request to the Cardano token registry. The tutorial has been created to make the process as straightforward as possible, enabling you to complete it on your own without any issues.

If you have any further questions or need assistance, please feel free to reach out to us.

How long does it take?

Generating the JSON file should be instant. If you encounter any issues, feel free to contact us for assistance. However, the Cardano team may take a couple of days to review and merge your pull request. Please be patient as they ensure the integrity of the registry and verify the submitted information.

Questions about the service provided

How does it work?

Please check the page "How does it work" where I gave all the details.

Why do I have to send you more than 17 ADA while you mentioned that it will cost 15?

On cardano, when you send a transaction with a token, there is a minimum amount of ADA you need to send along.
This is very technical but you can read more about it here
Long story short, when we send you back your token or NFT, we cannot send it without any ADA, that's why you will receive 2 ADA and your token(s) /NFT.
So at the end, the final transaction cost is only between 16 to 15 ADA,

Why is it not free?

Because, I believe all work merits salary. And as well, remember transaction are not free.
So yes I'm taking a margin out of it, but I guess that the way it works.
I don't force anyone to use the service

How do decimals work for native tokens on Cardano?

On Cardano, when you generate a native token, the smallest unit of the token is by default 1, which represents the lowest value of the token considering any potential future decimals. For example, if you generate 100 xTokens, the maximum number of decimal places you could have is 2. In this case, one "real value" of xToken will be 1.00 (with 2 decimal places).

If the decimal value is set to 1, then xToken would contain 10 items, and you could send 0.1 tokens in a transaction, but not 0.12 tokens. This might be a bit confusing, especially if you are used to ERC20 tokens. The decimal value is mainly useful in some wallets and can be changed by the user. Decimals can only be specified after the token is minted and based on the minted amount.

It's important to carefully consider the potential decimal value when minting your token, as it will have an impact on the divisibility and representation of your token in wallets and exchanges. Choosing the appropriate decimal value helps to ensure a consistent user experience and accurate representation of your token across different platforms.

When you register the decimals in the Cardano token registry, exchanges generally read the decimal value from this repository. For example, if you mint 100 tokens and decide to have a maximum of two decimals, but you finally register your token with one decimal, the total supply on Cardanoscan will be 10.0 tokens once the Cardano token registry accepts your signed metadata.

You can also decide to set the decimal value to zero, which simplifies things as well. Keep in mind that the decimal representation is up to the developers and users to agree upon, as Cardano uses an integer-based approach for token quantities.

Can I get the policy signing keys?

Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with the policy signing keys, as they are used for generating other tokens through our service. Additionally, the keys would not be useful to you since every token minted using our service has a time-lock policy applied to it.

You can automatically generate the JSON for the Cardano token registry using the reference you received during the minting process. This will ensure that your token is registered correctly and follows all necessary standards.

What is the "tips" for?

When I develop the platform, I thought that it would be funny to be linked to some projects who wants to share their Native Tokens. Moreover what happens if in one or two year your new ada native tokens is worth a lot? This a complete optional feature, that I thought would be cool.

What is my token displayed as collectible in Nami?

Your tokens are displayed as collectibles in Nami due to an issue with NAMI. We mint tokens using the CIP-25 Cardano metadata structure, which is necessary for displaying a logo on However, this structure is also used for NFTs, causing Nami to be unable to differentiate between collectibles and tokens.
To avoid this issue, we could mint tokens without using the CIP-25 standard, but this would prevent logos from being visible on As a result, we mint all tokens with the CIP-25 standard on our website, as requested by the community, even though they are native tokens.
If you prefer, you can move your tokens to another wallet like Eternl, which will not display them as collectibles.

How can I be sure my NFT is unique?

That's an excellent question.
Your NFT will be composed on three elements. A policyID, an asset Name, a quantity.
For NFTs, all of this components shall be a UNIQUE, otherwise it's not a NFT anymore.
To make sure that we cannot use the same POLICY ID again in the future and potentially build another similar NFT, we are using a Time-Locking policy.
Long story short again: we make sure that this policyID cannot be used after the specific slot on the blockchain.
To be fully transparent, the slot number is automatically sent with the metadata when you will receive the token.
It's accessible in the following property of the metadata object: | mintedBeforeSlotNumber.

How can I see my NFT content?

A NFT is token but you generally link a file with it.
On our platform we accept images, videos, and audio files up to 15mb.
When your transaction is confirmed, the file is automatically pinned on a IPFS node.
It means that your file will be permanently accessible, and almost impossible to delete.
You will receive the IPFS hash of your file in the transaction metadata.
If you want to visualize it you can use the official IPFS gateway
Example:{{YOUR IPFS HASH}}
You can also see your minted token or NFT on You will find the link in the confirmation message

Which file type are you accepting for NFT?

On our platform we accept images, videos, and audio files up to 15mb.
If you need something specific just contact us at

Can I create NFT collection on your website?

I prefer to be honest and let you know that for the moment on my website, we don't provide solutions to create collections of NFT.
Each NFT minted comes with a different policy.
If you really want to create a collection, I suggest turning towards services such as NFT-MAKER PRO.
With having that in mind, otherwise, my service works well for single NFT.

What is IPFS?

The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol and peer-to-peer network for storing and sharing data in a distributed file system. IPFS uses content-addressing to uniquely identify each file in a global namespace connecting all computing devices.
Check the official website

How can I access a file on IPFS?

You will receive the IPFS hash of your file in the transaction metadata.
If you want to visualize it you can use the official IPFS gateway
Example:{{YOUR IPFS HASH}}

Can I create a collection of NFT?

For the moment we don't have the feature, but if it would be useful for you just drop us a mail at

Why can't I use my Kraken, Binance or Coinbase Account?

Because it's not your personal wallet. When you have ADA on a exchange platform, it's centralized in a pool. Only when you withdraw it to a personal wallet you will be the real owner of your ADA.

Questions about Cardano (ADA) ecosystem

What is the purpose of having a native token?

There are many reasons why you would like to use Native Tokens.
Whereas you want to create your own cryptocurrency and share it friends,or you want to play around with the cardano ecosystem, you want to create your own NFT.
Every decision is personal.
Even if for the moment the final possibilities are limited without the smart-contracts, you can already get ready.
Once again I advise you the read Official documentation

After minting a token, can you help to submit it on the Cardano Token Registry?

In short: YES we can and we already did it for several tokens created through our website!
The Cardano token registry is an official token registry from Cardano.

We can generate and sign the metadata file as described in the official documentation.
Just follow the F.A.Q questions at the top of the form

Is it possible to see my newly minted native token or NFT on

Yes, since the end of July 2021, we adapted the metadata generated during the minting to fit to the following Cardano Improvement Proposal metadata standard CIP-25. is using this standard to display images or preview of NFT.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions related to this metadata format.

What's Plutus?

The Plutus Platform is the smart contract platform of the Cardano blockchain. You can read more about it here.

What is cardano ?

Cardano is a third generation block-chain platform build on the Proof-Of-Stake pattern.
Compared to other blockchain platforms (such as Ethereum Or Polkadot) it's the first to be founded on peer-reviewed research and developed through evidence-based methods.

What is ADA ?

ADA is the main asset used on the cardano blockchain.
It's the official Crypto currency from the cardano blockchain.

General questions about the blockchain

What is a NFT?

Official documentation from WIKIPEDIA:
A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files. Access to any copy of the original file, however, is not restricted to the buyer of the NFT. While copies of these digital items are available for anyone to obtain, NFTs are tracked on blockchains to provide the owner with a proof of ownership that is separate from copyright.