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I try to get who perform the mint operation on a NFT. My understanding is that a transaction having a from_address which is the genesis address - 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 and the to_address is the address of the wallet who minted the NFT.

Though I found that some NFT like this one: https://opensea.io/assets/0xc4c377565a4b9eb6e657c2422bd33b6e4859b041/1 doesn't have any mint operation or having any transaction having the from_address is the genesis address. I've checked all the transactions downloaded from Etherscan from here: https://etherscan.io/exportData?type=address&a=0xc4c377565a4b9eb6e657c2422bd33b6e4859b041.

So maybe I get incorrect understanding on how the minting process works. Any specification on how minting process work is highly appreciated.

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Trace the transaction to the first time this NFT has been transfered and then follow the transaction back the tx that it is minted. Here is the tx - https://etherscan.io/tx/0xa9d74c293a2ef61a1dda4175a6884fe85955335d8c4731ffe0d03d4e6856a593

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  • Thank you. This is same method I'm thinking of too. Following the mentioned method, is it correct to state that there is only one minter per NFT contract - regardless of how many supply per NFT?
    – Martin
    Commented Mar 22, 2022 at 9:15
  • I've just found that the example NFT have been minted multiple times. So there are not only one minter per NFT.
    – Martin
    Commented Mar 22, 2022 at 9:42
  • The example NFT is ERC1155 unlike regular NFT which is ERC721. Essentially, ERC1155 allow multiple owner to 1 NFT
    – Jiaming Li
    Commented Mar 22, 2022 at 13:52

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