Pre-built contracts are proxy contracts created by the thirdweb team to cover most common use cases and patterns for smart contracts. Contracts cover various use cases across NFTs, airdrops, staking, marketplaces, memberships, and more.

Deploy on Website

Set the max base fee as 0.05 GWei and the max priority fee as 0.05 GWei at Metamask for BEVM Canary (Chain ID: 1501)

ThirdWeb provides a very convenient graphical interface, allowing the deployment of commonly used contracts with just a few clicks and inputs. It offers a user-friendly experience.

  1. Go to the thirdweb Explore page:

  1. Choose the type of contract you want to deploy from the available options: NFTs, tokens, and more.

  2. Follow the on-screen prompts to configure and deploy your contract.

For more information on different contracts available on Explore, check out thirdweb’s documentation.

Deploy by Code


  1. Ensure that you have the latest version of Node.js installed.

  2. Sufficient funds in the wallet for contract deployment gas fees.

  3. Basic knowledge of Solidity.

  4. API Key is required to access the thirdweb infrastracture such as RPC Endpoint

Getting started

Creating contract

To create a new smart contract using thirdweb CLI, follow these steps:

  1. In your CLI run the following command:

    npx thirdweb create contract
  2. Input your preferences for the command line prompts:

    1. Give your project a name

    2. Choose your preferred framework: Hardhat or Foundry

    3. Name your smart contract

    4. Choose the type of base contract: Empty, ERC20, ERC721, or ERC1155

    5. Add any desired extensions

  3. Once created, navigate to your project’s directory and open in your preferred code editor.

  4. If you open the contracts folder, you will find your smart contract; this is your smart contract written in Solidity.

    The following is code for an ERC721Base contract without specified extensions. It implements all of the logic inside the ERC721Base.sol contract; which implements the ERC721A standard.

    // SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
    pragma solidity ^0.8.0;
    import "@thirdweb-dev/contracts/base/ERC721Base.sol";
    contract Contract is ERC721Base {
            string memory _name,
            string memory _symbol,
            address _royaltyRecipient,
            uint128 _royaltyBps
        ) ERC721Base(_name, _symbol, _royaltyRecipient, _royaltyBps) {}

    This contract inherits the functionality of ERC721Base through the following steps:

    • Importing the ERC721Base contract

    • Inheriting the contract by declaring that our contract is an ERC721Base contract

    • Implementing any required methods, such as the constructor.

  5. After modifying your contract with your desired custom logic, you may deploy it to BEVM using Deploy.

Deploying contract

Set the max base fee as 0.05 GWei and the max priority fee as 0.05 GWei at Metamask for BEVM Canary (Chain ID: 1501)

Deploy allows you to deploy a smart contract to any EVM compatible network without configuring RPC URLs, exposing your private keys, writing scripts, and other additional setup such as verifying your contract.

  1. To deploy your smart contract using deploy, navigate to the root directory of your project and execute the following command:

    npx thirdweb deploy

    Executing this command will trigger the following actions(automatical):

    • Compiling all the contracts in the current directory.

    • Providing the option to select which contract(s) you wish to deploy.

    • Uploading your contract source code (ABI) to IPFS.

  2. When it is completed, it will open a dashboard interface to finish filling out the parameters.

    • _royaltyRecipient: wallet address to receive royalties from secondary sales

    • _royaltyBps: basis points (bps) that will be given to the royalty recipient for each secondary sale, e.g. 500 = 5%

    • _name: contract name

    • _symbol: symbol or "ticker"

  3. Connect wallet

  4. Select BEVM as the network

  5. Adjust additional settings on your contract's dashboard as required, including tasks like uploading NFTs, configuring permissions, and more

For additional information on Deploy, please reference thirdweb’s documentation.

Learn more

If you have any additional questions or face any challenges throughout the process, feel free to reach out to thirdweb support.

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