Developer Console

It's time to start building!

The first step is to create an account on our Developer console. The console is your hub to register collections, get API keys, and more.


Staging and Production Consoles

There are two distinct developer console environments:
Staging (testnets) -
Production (mainnet) -

Note: this dual testing architecture is temporary and the next release will merge both consoles. Until then, staging and production accounts are not linked on our database: they have different log-in methods and wallet addresses.

Create a developer account

Navigate to the appropriate staging or production website, click on the “Dev Console” button in the upper right corner, and follow the steps.

Start a project and add members

After signing up, a project is created by default. A project is a container of collections, API keys, billing information and more and can be accessed by multiple members. All members share the same privileges except for the ability to remove other members, which is only accessible to the original creator of the project.

You can create multiple projects if you’re working with different teams or clients and there is information or tools you want to compartmentalize. If gating is not a concern, you can create multiple collections within the same project.

Projects can be created and edited from the drop down menu on the upper left corner.


Drop down menu to alternate between projects

New members can be added from the Members tab:


Add new members to your project