CSV/JSON Import Metadata

Upload your assets in bulk conveniently by using this feature in a CSV or JSON file format for DropKit. Directly upload metadata from HashLips, NFT-inator, and Bueno.
It only takes a few seconds to upload your assets into DropKit. Simply tap on [Import Metadata] to bulk upload and select the file you'd like to use. Currently,DropKit only supports CSV and JSON.
Import Metadata button
Please note that if you have existing assets uploaded, doing the Import Metadata again will override the previously saved assets.

JSON Uploads

We support JSON files generated from Hashlips. Bueno and NFT-inator. If you have used a different generator, you can simply use the [Import from Local] and choose your JSON file saved on your device.
Your JSON file must have:
  • IPFS links
  • Description
  • Title
Import Metadata from Local, Haslips
In case you generated your metadata manually or used a different NFT generator, the best file to upload is a merged/one single JSON file. You can follow the steps on the next page to complete this step.
In case you are facing extreme difficulties in uploading your JSON files, you can reach out to us with your files directly here:
Please Note: NiftyKit will never expose your metadata, but you may submit your JSON files here only if you feel comfortable in sharing your files.

CSV Import/Export

Once your assets have been added to DropKit, you can seamlessly export and import any changes as a CSV file. On the secondary toolbar, tap [CSV Import/Export]
  • This method will allow you to download your current NFT list and the attributes that you can then manually edit, then re-import into your DropKit project in CSV file format.
  • Once you re-import the CSV file, the data of the existing files will be overwritten by the new ones you just uploaded.
Download the CSV Template below:
DropKit-csv-batch upload-sample-sheet.csv
sample CSV file for Batch Upload
The CSV file format should look like this. If you prefer a JSON file, export JSON from the same file.