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TGLP NFT Minting


TGLP NFT Minting

Minting for the TGLP Genesis NFTs is now live! Investors who successfully won an NFT in the auctions last week can now mint their new NFT on the Tenset website.

  • Head to the “my account” tab on the Tenset Marketplace: https://marketplace.tenset.io/my-account

  • Click “Mint my NFT”, approve the transaction on your wallet.

  • The NFTs are based on the Ethereum blockchain, so you need to cover Ethereum network fees.

  • If the wallet you use displays NFTs, you can view your NFT by adding the smart contract address and number of the NFT you own to your wallet. You can also view it on Etherscan.

  • NFT smart contract address: 0x28cE223853D123b52C74439B10b43366d73Fd3B5

  • It will be possible to mint for the next 30 days. After 30 days any NFTs that have not been minted yet will be forfeited by the bidder, and auctioned again on the marketplace for new buyers. It will not be possible to obtain an NFT after this time expires, or to return the 10set tokens bid and locked in TGLP, as they have already been burned.

Trading of these NFTs will immediately be available on other NFT Marketplaces (such as Opensea) which are decentralised and permissionless, while the Tenset Marketplace trading will be enabled at a later date which will be announced. Trading on the Tenset Marketplace will incur a 2% fee which is entirely burned. All other marketplaces will incur a 10% fee (plus any fees that particular marketplace charges - e.g. Opensea charges a 2.5% fee), with the entire 10% proceeds being used for buyback and burns.

The official smart contract address for the TGLP NFTs is:


Please make sure to check the contract address of any NFT you are bidding on to ensure it is correct! There will no doubt be many false and scam collections attempting to impersonate Tenset, but they will not provide the same exclusive utility of TGLP! Be careful of any fraudulent messages you receive on social media or Telegram, and only trust official sources and links directly from Tenset.