Since the NFT boom in 2017, one primary industry that has been involved with this blockchain niche is art. If you’re an artist, digital artist, or creator, the NFT space is a great opportunity for you.

However, one of the most pressing questions while creating NFTs is what platform would be most suitable for you to sell your work as an artist.

Look no further because I have a list of the top 10 NFT marketplaces where you can sell your work and earn a good amount of money from them.

1. OpenSea

OpenSea is the most popular NFT platform in terms of its sales and runs on two blockchains: Ethereum and Polygon. While you will find different kinds of NFTs on this platform, it is advisable to mint NFTs through the Polygon blockchain since gas fees won’t be charged on that network.

2. SuperRare

SuperRare is an artist’s hub. The platform doesn’t accept all NFTs and instead curates its own collection by filtering out the submissions it gets. So, if you’re an artist who wants to be one amongst them, shoot your shot! But know that every time you sell an artwork you need to pay a 15% seller’s, which is pretty high. So, I guess being an elite member comes at a cost.

3. Rarible

This is another NFT marketplace like SuperRare but is much more flexible. There’s no filtration process and anybody can mint their NFT art on the platform. One good part about this platform is that every time your artwork is traded on the platform, you’ll get a 10% royalty fee.

4. Mintable

Mintable is an easy-to-use platform with a clean and straightforward UI, which makes it beginner-friendly. Furthermore, there is no gas fee for minting NFTs; only a 2.5% – 10% fee when your item gets sold.

5. Solanart

Solanart is the most popular NFT marketplace on the Solana blockchain, which is much faster, more efficient, and cheaper. You can mint your NFT art on this platform at a much more affordable price than Ethereum marketplaces.

6. Foundation

Foundation is an Ethereum based NFT marketplace whose aim is to create a global collective of artists. So, being a part of this platform might be valuable in the long run. Here, too, you get a royalty fee of 10%, but the seller’s fee is 15%.

7. KnownOrigin

KnownOrigins is an artist-centric platform known for trading authentic pieces of digital art. So, if digital art is your niche, go for it. You get a good 12.5% on the secondary sales, but the fees is high, like SuperRare – 15%

8. AtomicHub

AtomicHub is a unique decentralized marketplace that also offers AR products. So, if you plan on taking your art to the next level, this is your place to be. Furthermore, the transaction fee also is a meager 2%.

9. BakerySwap

Since this marketplace is on the Binance Smart Chain, it is pretty cheap. You can mint your NFT art pieces at nominal prices, and, in total, you’ll have to pay only about 0.6% as a fee for all the trades.

10. Twinci

While there is nothing particularly unique about this marketplace, it is a marketplace that charges only 2.5% and gets you a royalty of 10%. However, they are entirely decentralized, which makes your NFT art pieces more secure.


These are the top 10 NFT marketplaces for you to sell your artwork. Now that you’ve got your options, all you need is to do your research and see if you find something better for your needs and liking. The industry is booming and there hasn’t been a better time for you to join the bandwagon. So what are you waiting for? Get started!

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