You will need a wallet that is compatible with the blockchain where the artwork has been minted.
For Tezos-based projects, there are many wallet options, including Temple, Umami, Airgap, Autonomy, Kukai. Kukai’s social sign-in web wallet is the simplest option for beginners, as you don’t need to manage seed phrases and keys. To create a wallet, visit Kukai
, select your preferred social account (you can choose from Google, Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit), then follow the prompts in the pop-ups to connect your account.
Autonomy’s mobile app wallet is also great for beginners, with clearly guided wallet creation, an easy-to-find place to store your NFTs, and beautiful NFT display. To get started, download the app and follow the prompts to create a wallet. Visit the website from which you’d like to get an NFT, then follow the prompts to connect your account.
MetaMask is another popular option for Ethereum-based projects.