The minting feature allows wallet to create NFTs on the blockchain. Each NFT belongs to its proper owner and is stored in the wallet.


The issuer of an NFT is its first owner.


The creation request is initiated by your wallet. The issuer of an NFT is also its first owner. Since an NFT including content makes more sense, multiple information can be specified when creating an NFT.

NFT content may include names, descriptions, serial numbers, pictures, videos, links, information on a supply chain, certifications, and so on. To integrate this content, you need a file compliant with the NFT Schema.

Once created and minted, the imprint of the NFT and the transaction details relating to the creation can be seen on the blockchain. Each minted NFT has a unique identification number recorded on the blockchain.

The full workflow to create digital passports and pair them to physical products with the identification technology chosen depends on the product type as well as the manufacturing and distribution processes used by the issuer of the NFTs.



Minting or reserving an NFT is free for validated sponsored identity.

However, when a user requests the ownership of an NFT, the stable price in fiat currency is 0.1 USD payable only in $ARIA20 by the issuer.

Extra fees may apply if the NFT issuer outsources the NFT creation to a third party or uses an external software.


Extra features

  • Reserve NFTs: Depending on your process and use case, you may want to reserve specific NFT IDs. In that case, 1 credit is spend per ID reserved and gas when the NFT is hydrated. For more information, see the related documentation.
  • Optional - Recover: In the lifecycle of your NFTs, tokens will be claimed by your customers or community. These claimed NFTs may be recovered by the issuer (e.g. the physical product has been stolen). Once recovered, the given NFT can be destroyed by this issuer. For more information, see the related documentation.
    For more flexibility, as a builder, you can decide enable or disable the recover depending on your use case requirement.

Identification & Pairing

You might want to share content with customers or transfer ownership. These use cases require the ability to read an NFT and transfer it.

These use cases also require an identification technology to link a product to its digital passport, the NFT. Multiple identification technologies may be used:

  • Stand-alone or embedded QR code.
  • Stand-alone or embedded NFC.
  • Stand-alone or embedded Beacon.
  • Stand-alone or embedded PUF.
  • Visual fingerprint recognitionLinks (URL) in email, SMS, etc.


Builders - NFT Creation

The creation can be done using the API integration with Arianee SDK or directly at the blockchain level interacting with smart contracts. The NFT issuer can develop its interface, outsource the development to a third party, or use an external interface such as the Arianee NFT Management Platform.


Our team tips

For smooth experience when minting and distributing your NFTs, we recommend to be mindful of:

  • On-chain transaction latency.
  • The design and content of your NFT to avoid update that leads to extra cost in credits and potentially confusing NFT history for the owners.

Select the right interface and infrastructure:

  • Security & reliability.
  • Building exhaustive NFT.
  • Storing the content.
  • Ensuring security and privacy of blockchain transactions.

End-users - NFT Claiming

The end-users digital product passports can be claimed using the interfaces designed by Arianee or any compatible interface.

  • The Arianee Wallet app is available on the Apple Store or Playstore as a secured backpack to claim, store, and manage users' digital product passports.
  • The Ownership Account is a secured web app to store, claim, and manage end-users digital product passports. Users can log in using their e-mail address or connect their compatible wallet.