Ticketed Event

Create a Ticketed Event to offer tickets based on token requirements, control capacity and offer a branded experience for your holders.
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    Log in to your Portal account and go to the Events tab. Then click Create Event.
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    Select Ticketed Event.
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    Fill in "Event Information":
    • Event Name - Give your event a clear and concise name.
    • Event Organizer - The organization(s) hosting the event.
    • Event Description - Add more details about your event.
    • Configure Cancellations - Decide whether or not to allow ticket cancellations.
    • Date and Time - Enter your event’s start and end date and time and time zone.
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    Fill in "Event Location":
    • Venue Name - The name of your event venue.
    • Address - You may leave inputs empty if not applicable.
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    Go to "Add Ticket Types" and click "Create Ticket":
    • Ticket Type Name - Give your ticket a name, like "VIP" or "Holders Only"
    • Ticket Description - Let attendees know more about this ticket type or event.
    • Visibility - Choose "Hidden" to prevent attendees from seeing a ticket on your event page.
    • Ticket Supply - Choose the total number of tickets available.
    • Max Party Size - Choose how many "tickets" can be claimed by each holder. Note: each user will only receive one ticket in their app with the party size indicated within the ticket's details.
    • Date and Time (Advanced) - Enter the dates and times this this ticket is to be used. Note: this should only be changed for multi-day events with unique tickets for each day.
    • Click "Add Token" and define the token requirements for the ticket:
      • Nickname - Give this token gate condition a nickname for easy reference e.g. BAYC.
      • Blockchain - Select the blockchain where your token lives.
      • Contract Address - Input the contract address of your token.
      • Quantity - Define how many of this token must be held to claim this ticket.
      • Token ID - Define a specific token ID or range of token ID's that can claim this ticket. Note: This input supports individual token ID's separated by a comma (1,2,3,4), a range of token ID's separated by a dash (1000-2000) or a combination of both (1,2,3,4,1000-2000). Also, ensure you don't use a thousands separator.
    • Click "Next" and design your ticket:
      • Background Color - Input the hex code for your ticket background.
      • Text Color - Choose the color of the text for the ticket card.
      • Logo Image - Upload a logo image to be displayed on the ticket card.
      • Banner Image - Upload a banner to be displayed in the expanded ticket and ticket details.
    • Click "Save Ticket".
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    Define the "Global Ticket Settings" to be applied to all tickets for your event:
    • Allow Re-entry - Choose to allow re-entry for your event. If you choose to allow re-entry, you may also set a limit.
    • Verification Method - Choose what you'd like to verify at the door when scanning tickets:
      • Ticket-Only Verification: only check for ticket holdings at the door.
      • Real-Time Token Verification: check for token ownership and ticket holdings at the door. Note: This ensures holders haven't sold their tokens after claiming a ticket, but does increase verification time by a few seconds because of the time it takes to query blockchains.
  7. 7.
    Go to "Create Event Page" and add the assets and other details to be displayed to users when claiming tickets:
    • Thumbnail Image - The circular image that appears on top of the cover image and to the left of the page.
    • Cover Image - The main banner at the top of the page.
    • Checkout & Mobile Cover Image - The banner to displayed on mobile devices and the checkout screen.
    • Organizer Links - Input links to your websites. Note: leaving a link empty will prevent the icon from appearing on your event page.
    • Ticket Visibility - Configure what ticket information you'd like to display.
      • Current Available: display the quantity of each ticket type remaining.
      • Total Supply: display the total supply across all ticket types for your event.
    • URL - Customize your event page URL. Note: URLs may not contain spaces, words must be separated by dashes and lowercase.
  8. 8.
    Review & publish your event.
    • Status - Choose how your event page is displayed.
      • Public: Shared on the tokenproof Discovery page (Coming Soon) and indexed by search engines.
      • Private: Only those with the link can see the event page.
  9. 9.
    Click "Publish Event".
  10. 10.
    All done! You're ready to share your event and experience the power of tokenproof Experiences.
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