I'm an artist trying to publish his own contract. I don't have solidarity knowledge, but I can read/understand codes in general. So I found this collection minted yesterday: https://etherscan.io/address/0x334ec5498b9fe6575d118d89a8c9f3b4472f7862#code Their pricing model is what I'm exactly looking for. They set the first nft free per wallet, then it's 0.003 eth.
So I clone the contract from etherscan, deployed it with following this tutorial: https://betterprogramming.pub/how-to-deploy-nft-smart-contracts-9271ce5e91c0 This is my clone contract: https://rinkeby.etherscan.io/address/0x7a72d7c674107ca51941f2fe8cff7985148f5ee3 It worked perfect. I tested it with minting, admin functions, and interacting with another wallet, etc.
Obviously I'll change ipfs, metadata, artwork, price, etc. But I wonder if this method is safe? Can original contract owner access to my contract? I would appreciate your help. I can't afford web3 developer. I need to do this my own.