Once you acquire an NFT, you typically have complete control over the digital asset. It can be used in a bigger digital production, kept as a collectible, or put on display for others to view. You can also put a sell notice on it. For NFT sales, marketplaces levy a fee.
Given that the blockchain processing required to verify the NFT costs energy, these fees, also known as “gas fees,” might vary depending on the blockchain network the NFT employs.
You must upload your digital asset to the marketplace of your choice in order to sell it, assuming the marketplace supports the blockchain the NFT was built on. From there, you can decide whether to put it up for auction-style bidding or list it for sale at a fixed price.
The marketplace will check the asset after upload. The marketplace will take care of the NFT transfer from the seller to the buyer after it has been sold.
It will also transfer cryptocurrency funds to your wallet, less the listing fee and other associated blockchain computing costs.