I got a gig to mint an nft of a client’s image for 20k but I only have 72 hours. Where should I start?

I didn’t see anything in the rules against posts like this but if I missed something then please guide me to a better subreddit.

Basically what the title said, I told a client 10minutes ago that I’d create an nft of their family’s crest in 72hrs for their family reunion. They’ll pay me 20k for it. They don’t have any interest in selling it but they want to distribute it among their family.

My current understanding is that I go on opensea or a similar platform, and upload an image and that’s pretty much it. What else am I missing? Could this be a bad idea and should I cancel with my client? Itd be great if there was a resource that you guys could show me.

Thanks for the support.

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3 thoughts on “I got a gig to mint an nft of a client’s image for 20k but I only have 72 hours. Where should I start?”

  1. Seriously though, use loopring. Create a l2 wallet, mint a bunch for cheap (I’m assuming they’ve given you the image), then send them to their wallets.

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  2. You need a metamask wallet and it won’t belong to the client unless your job is to create all that for them as well. It sounds suspicious someone paying you 20k just to mint. Don’t do the work without a down payment of some sort

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