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Random NFT pictures in under 100 lines of JavaScript

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We will code an NFT profile picture generator in under 100 lines of JavaScript. This generator will also provide you with the metadata you will need to show your collection correctly on OpenSea.

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00:00 The Plan
00:31 Setting up the project environment
02:04 How to combine images using JavaScript
04:27 Adding random layer selection
09:13 Preventing duplicated in an NFT collection
10:27 Generating meta data for OpenSea

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