Transacting on the Ethereum blockchain requires funds to pay the price of your NFTs as well as pay the transaction fees associated with operating on the network. All transactions for Click NFTs are made and priced in Ether (ETH).
There's a wide variety of ways to fund your wallet with ETH, each with positives and negatives. For simplicity's sake, there are methods to fund your wallet via credit card payments built in to both Metamask and Torus Wallet.
Simply click 'Buy' in Metamask, as pictured below, choose a provider and follow the prompts.
Due to local regulations, certain countries and states, like New York, are barred from using credit cards through these services. For affected users, or those looking to purchase crypto amounts beyond the limits of credit card providers, should make an exchange account with services like Coinbase, Gemini, or Crypto.com. These services typically offer improved pricing and larger buy limits, but can have long waits for withdrawals or onboarding delays. If there's an upcoming drop you want to participate in, it's best to fund your wallet early to ensure the various providers of Ether don't place unnecessary holds or restrictions on your purchase.
Once you've purchased Ether (ETH) from an exchange, you must withdraw it to the public address associated with your wallet. This information is readily available by clicking the Ox... followed by a long string of letters and numbers at the top of your Metamask.
Clicking will copy the address to your clipboard. Paste the address where it's requested on your exchange account. Triple check to ensure the address to which you are withdrawing from the exchange is the same as the address in Metamask. Oftentimes users will make a small test withdrawal prior to withdrawing the bulk of their funds.
Once withdrawals are initiated, exchanges will provide you with a transaction hash that allows you to check the status of your withdrawal. Upon completion of your withdrawal transaction, you will see the balance reflected in your Metamask.