Most Solana NFT Marketplaces support 3 common wallets:
The most popular is Phantom, so we’ll be using that one for this tutorial.
If you have set up MetaMask before, then Phantom’s process should be a breeze; it’s very similar.
Check out Phantom’s setup guide if you need further assistance.
As for the wallet experience, I prefer Phantom’s user experience over MetaMask. Overall it has a more polished design, and it’s nice that you can view your collectibles by default in the browser extension:
Like ETH, you will need to buy SOL on a supported exchange and then send it to your Phantom wallet address. SOL is NOT available on Uniswap or Sushiswap.
U.S. based Buyers
Now that you have some SOL, it’s time to transfer it from the exchange to your wallet.
1. First, you need to get your SOL address. To find your address, open up the Phantom wallet application.
2. Click “Deposit SOL” or “Receive” to find your wallet address.
3. Now hit the “copy” button. What you have copied is your wallet address where you can receive the Solana token.
4. Now go back to Coinbase, or the exchange you are using, and the “withdraw SOL” option or “Send / Receive” on Coinbase. You can find this on the “wallet” section in the exchange and the page where you purchased Solana.
5. Once you find this feature, paste your SOL address you just copied from your Phantom wallet into the address bar. Enter how much SOL you would like to withdraw.
5. Then hit “Send now”!
Afterwards, check your Phantom wallet to see if the SOL is deposited.
To join the Asgard Army, I encourage you to get your Divine Soldier on secondary markets such as Solanart, Magic Eden and Solsea.
Here is a tutorial on how to buy on Solanart. All the other marketplaces are pretty much the same.
The most powerful Army in the Metaverse.