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Drupal NFT

Integrate non-fungible tokens in Drupal as media. Mint NFTs from any given Drupal entities too.

Drupal NFT

Created At

NFTHack 2022

Winner of


🏊‍♂️ NFTPort Pool Prize

Project Description

This project is a template to create a new Drupal 9 website integrating non-fungible tokens.

NFTs can be imported as Media entity by simply copy/pasting their Url from major existing platforms such as, Etherscan or Rarible. Polygon is also supported with nftport module activated.

It is also possible to mint NFTs from any given Drupal content entity - e.g. a User, a Node (content), a Comment...etc. Minting NFT from Drupal - or any given PHP application - opens a new "bridge" between two worlds: "classical" web (websites/CMS) and the Web3 ecosystem.

Visit the module page for more information:

How it's Made

Import NFT into Drupal


In order to import NFT by copy/pasting their url, I rely on the oembed service existing in Drupal core. There is no "official" providers from any known NFT websites - see the full list here - so I have decided to create my own "provider".

The Drupal website actually registered itself as a new oembed provider - e.g nft_oembed module. It accepts URLs from major platform, parse them and request the NFT's information by calling the platform API - either, or NFTPort API for now.

With the nft_oembed module activated, any editors can create a new Media in the backoffice, copy/pasting the URL and reuse this media:oembed:nft wherever needed in Drupal.

Mint NFT from Drupal entities


We have created a custom plugin manager in Drupal which allow developers to create "Minter" plugins in their own modules.

In backoffice, we give users an option to select an entity as being "mintable". If so, they can access a form, to configure the "mint" operation and run it.

For this hackathon we have developed one minter plugin based on - EasyMinting API with File URL only (

We aim to create another minter which uses the Web3 PHP library ( to let users call their own ERC721 contract to mint from Drupal. There is still of course a lot of room for improvement, especially to provide a way of "tracking" the minting history of an entity in Drupal.

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