NFT Marketplace and Loyalty Rewards


NFT Marketplace and Loyalty Rewards converts your WooCommerce store into a NFT marketplace. You can import NFTs from the blockchain into WordPress as a WooCommerce product. You can also create a WooCommerce product and mint it onto the blockchain.

With this plugin, you can easily create and manage custom NFTs that represent rewards or membership in your loyalty program, track user activity and reward NFTs accordingly, and enable users to exchange NFTs for rewards or other incentives.

Once you install and activate the plugin,

Go to the plugin settings and add the collection/contract address, all NFTs will be minted against this collection.

You can use online platforms to create and deploy collection as per your requirements.

Images, videos, audio files, and any other metadata you want to add in your NFT may all be stored for free, thanks to native IPFS integration. Your NFT will always be linked to its original information because, like NFTs themselves, files stored on IPFS cannot be altered or changed.

NFT Use cases:

  • Mint and Sell NFTs to your Customers
  • Offer NFTs as a part of Loyalty and Reward Program
  • Offer token gated access based on the NFTs owned, offer exclusive discounts, privileges, early access using Token gating
  • There are many other potential use cases for NFTs on WordPress websites, and as the technology continues to evolve, new possibilities are likely to emerge

We have used and APIs to connect with Ethereum blockchain and to import NFT data.


From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit Plugins > Add New
  2. Search for NFT Marketplace and Loyalty Rewards.
  3. Find and Install NFT Marketplace and Loyalty Rewards plugin by miniOrange
  4. Activate the plugin


  1. Download NFT Marketplace and Loyalty Rewards.
  2. Unzip and upload the NFT Marketplace and Loyalty Rewards directory to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  3. Activate NFT Marketplace and Loyalty Rewards from your Plugins page.


1. What are NFTs?

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are a type of digital asset that represents ownership of a unique item or asset. They are often used in the context of blockchain-based platforms and can be bought and sold like traditional assets.

2. What is a NFT Marketplace?

An NFT marketplace is a platform that allows users to buy and sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which are digital assets that represent ownership of a unique item or asset. These marketplaces are often based on blockchain technology and offer a wide range of NFTs, including artwork, collectibles, and other unique digital assets. NFT marketplaces have become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to buy and sell unique digital assets and as a means of supporting artists and creators.

3. What is Lazy Minting?

Lazy minting is a technique used in the creation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that allows for the production of NFTs on an as-needed basis rather than upfront. This can be useful in situations where the number of NFTs needed is not known in advance or where the upfront cost of minting all of the NFTs at once is prohibitive. Lazy minting can also help to reduce the risk of unsold NFTs, as NFTs are only minted when there is a confirmed buyer.

4. What is a Gas Fee in a transaction?

Gas fees are a way to incentivize users on the Ethereum blockchain to include transactions in their blocks. They are paid in Ether (ETH) and are used to cover the computational resources required to execute smart contracts and perform other actions on the blockchain. Gas fees can vary significantly depending on network demand and other factors, and it is important for users to carefully consider the cost of gas when interacting with the blockchain using web3 technologies.


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  • PHPCS fixes
  • Compatibility with WP 6.2


  • Compatibility with WordPress 6.1
  • Updated UI
  • Added Minting Support


  • Added Support for Polygon


  • Fixed loader class issue


  • First release of the plugin
  • Compatibility with WordPress 6.0