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How to create the second, third and subsequent batches within the collection?

Once Batch #1 has been fully mined, you will be able to move on to the creation of a second batch. 

In the same way, when the mining of Batch #2 is completed, you will be able to create the third batch... and so on until the total mining of the collection is completed.

The batches do not necessarily have to be composed of the same amount of items. For example, you could create a first batch of 10 items, then one of 5, then one of 3, then one of 500. The only maximum limit will be given by the amount of items remaining to complete the collection (remember that the Total Supply is defined at the beginning of the creation of the collection, that is, before creating the first batch).

In the following image, you can see the previous moment when a person is about to mint NFTs from Batch #1. For this tutorial, the person will mint the 10 NFTs that compose the whole batch:  




After clicking MINT, you will need to confirm with your wallet (remember to always edit the gas to put it in "Market" mode. If necessary, you can see how to do this editing in the article How to publish a collection on Tokenizzer? where it is explained this simple gas edition):




Indeed, a few seconds later, the 10 NFTs will already be in your wallet as can be seen in the following image of the bscscan:





Well, once the sale of Batch #1 is completed, this is what the creator's minting page looks like:




In this instance, creators, if they go to the BATCHES tab, will be able to see specific information regarding Batch #1 and will be able to start the creation of Batch #2. 



It is worth mentioning that this tab is active before completing the sale, but a new batch can only be created if the previous one has been mined. 

As you can see in the following image, the Batch #1 we had published for this tutorial has been completely minted. 



We proceed, then, to create a new Batch. To do this, click on Create Batch:



The platform will display a message in the upper right margin, where you must confirm the desire to create a new batch:


After answering Yes, the following page will appear, where we will continue the process to upload the images, attributes, publish and mint Batch #2.


The process will be exactly the same as when creating Batch #1, but with one difference:

- For Batch #1, we had loaded the images with the numbering 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. And, of course, this same order was respected by the items in the CSV files.

- For Batch #2, both the images and the CSV files must respect an order, but the number by which the series starts must continue considering the numbering already done for Batch #1. That is to say, if the first batch was of 10 items, now, the series must start at 11, 12, 13, 14....


So, in case you would load the images of Batch #2 with the numbering 1, 2, 3, 4..., the Tokenizzer would give you an error warning.




The Tokenizzer would give the following message, so that the creator starts the sequence from number 11:



Indeed, we load the images according to that order:



Then, all four images will be loaded successfully:


The same applies for the CSV files to give attributes and names and descriptions to the items (according to this example, we start the Batch #2 series from number 11):



View of this same CSV file (comma delimited) in Notepad:



Now, let's see how it would be to give the serial number to the CSV for the names and descriptions of the items in this Batch #2:


View of this CSV file in Notepad:



Well, once we have created the CSV files, the loading is exactly the same as when we created Batch #1. 

Below, you can see how the Tokenizzer looks like the names and descriptions of the items in this Batch #2 according to the CSV files that were previously shown:


In the previous image, you can see that item #11 has name and description. On the other hand, item #14 has no specific name or description, coinciding with what we had defined in the CSV files for this item. 




So, the only difference in the creation of Batch #1 and the following batches is that you must take into account the series already mined previously.

As previously mentioned, the loading of the images, the CSV for the attributes and the CSV for the names and descriptions of Batch #2 and subsequent batches is done in the following table, which is identical to the one used to load the information when creating Batch #1: 



That's it! You can review this step by step in the article How to create Batches within the collection?. In this way, you will be able to complete the sale of the different batches -one at a time- until you complete all the available supply.

In the following image, you can see that you have created and minted the entire collection of 100 NFTs composed of batches of 10, 20 and 30 items for example: 



If necessary, see How to create Batches with different amounts of NFTs within the same collection?.


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