Learn How to Add and Preview NFT

Scotty Beam
3 min readDec 27, 2021


NFTs are now something super new but still it is a tricky thing to find your own NFT and preview them.

Easiest Way

If you just want to preview the NFT that you have on your computer, the easiest way is to use the ScottyBeam web application.

Go to https://scottybeam.io/ and click Open App.

Connect your wallet using MetaMask or WalletConnect.

Make sure you select Binance SmartChain.

Click Go to NFTs.

Here it is. All the NFTs that you have on your wallet in the selected blockchain network.

Advanced Way

Use the mobile MetaMask application. Links for iOS or Android you may find you in the MetaMask webpage https://metamask.io/download.html.

Each NFT is unique, so you will have to add each one individually. You need to know two things, NFT contract address and NFT ID. Both of them can be found on bscscan.com (website dedicated to Binance SmartChain network).

Go to https://bscscan.com and fill your wallet address in the field (see red arrow) and press Enter.

Next look for the Token field, click on it. It will show all tokens and NFTs you have. Type in the filter field the name of the NFT you are interested in. In our case Scotty, then click on it.

NFT contract address you may find in the Profile Summary (see red arrow). Copy and save it.

Next, scroll down the page. You will see all transactions with your NFTs and their IDs. Copy and save them. Save information will be needed to add your NFTs to Mobile MetaMask app.

Open Mobile MetaMask app. Import your wallet using seed phrase or private key.

Make sure you have added Binance Smart Chain network and switched to it from Ethereum network.

Binance Smart Chain network parameters:

Network Name: Binance Smart Chain
New RPC URL: https://bsc-dataseed1.binance.org/
Chain ID: 56
Currency Symbol(Optional): BNB
Block Explorer URL(Optional): https://bscscan.com

Next, on the main screen tap NFTs tab, then click Import NFTs.

In the appeared screen enter NFT contract address (that saved before), then ID of the NFT. Repeat this procedure for each of your NFT.

That’s it. You should now see all your NFTs in the corresponding tab.