Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we have a discord that can be accessed using the following link. Our discord is currently open and not token gated. However, it will evenutually be token gated and certain channels will be permission based on the NFT(s) you own.
A non-fungible (meaning unique, non-replaceable) token (NFT) is a unique digital code that represents some kind of digital item. It could be digital art or music, for example. An NFT is secured and stored on a public blockchain. One token is not interchangeable for another, and a token cannot be further divided.
Crypto wallets store your private keys, keeping your crypto safe and accessible. They also allow you to send, receive, and spend cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
A self-custody wallet, like MetaMask, puts you in control of your cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Non-custodial wallets don’t rely on a third party — or a “custodian” — to keep your crypto safe. While they provide the software necessary to store your crypto, the responsibility of remembering and safeguarding your password falls entirely on you. If you lose or forget your password — often referred to as a “private key” or “seed phrase” — there’s no way to access your crypto. And if someone else discovers your private key, they’ll get full access to your assets.
Why have a non-custodial wallet? In addition to being in full control of the security of your crypto, you can also access more advanced crypto activities like yield farming, staking, lending, borrowing, and more. But if all you want to do is buy, sell, send, and receive crypto, a hosted wallet is the easiest solution.
How to set up a non-custodial wallet:
Download a wallet app. In this example, MetaMask.
Create your account. Unlike a hosted wallet, you don’t need to share any personal info to create a non-custodial wallet. Not even an email address.
Be sure to write down your private key. It’s presented as a random 12-word phrase. Keep it in a secure location. If you lose or forget this 12-word phrase you won’t be able to access your crypto.
Transfer crypto to your wallet. It’s not always possible to buy crypto using traditional currencies (like US dollars or Euros) with a non-custodial wallet, so you’ll need to transfer crypto into your non-custodial wallet from elsewhere.
Unlike a normal wallet, which can hold actual cash, crypto wallets technically don’t store your crypto. Your holdings live on the blockchain, but can only be accessed using a private key. Your keys prove your ownership of your digital money and allow you to make transactions. If you lose your private keys, you lose access to your money. That’s why it’s important to keep your hardware wallet safe, or use a trusted wallet provider.
Crypto wallets range from simple-to-use apps to more complex security solutions. The main types of wallets you can choose from include:
Paper wallets: Keys are written on a physical medium like paper and stored in a safe place. This of course makes using your crypto harder, because as digital money it can only be used on the internet.
Hardware wallets: Keys are stored in a thumb-drive device that is kept in a safe place and only connected to a computer when you want to use your crypto. The idea is to try to balance security and convenience.
Online wallets: Keys are stored in an app or other software – look for one that is protected by two-step encryption. This makes sending, receiving, and using your crypto as easy as using any online bank account, payment system, or brokerage.
Yes, you can! We have partnered with CrossMint to allow our NFTs to be purchased using a credit card. The NFT will be held in a custodial wallet until such time that it can be transfered to a crypto wallet. It is not required that you transfer to a crypto wallet, and will always be available to you via the CrossMint app.
Genesis Membership Passes grant the holders 4 pillars of utility. Voice, Access, Community, and Participation. Voice allows members the ability to vote on collections, drops, special projects and more. Access grants members the ability to have preferential treatment in a variety of ways. Community is the foundation of any business period. Ours will serve as a utility that allows members to grow through the networking from digital and physicals interactions. Participation will allow our members the opportunity to share in the success of the business through their contributions as independent contractors.
If you mint using your credit card, there is a limit of two per transaction. However, there is no pre-set limit if you mint using a crypto wallet.
A total of 1880 Genesis Tokens will be available for mint.
Each mint will cost $600 USD
If you want to be compensated for casting your vote and participating in product development, yes, you will need to fill out a 1099 (or international equivalent) and independent contractor agreement.
The GarMint™ is a separate pass that allows a member to co-design a garment with the designers of the Clubhouse Archives team. Participants may use but are not limited to, the intellectual property (IP) from their respective NFTs portfolio. This garment may be digital, physical, or both.
The Key Society is a collective of 80 industry leaders, first movers, and influencers that are advising our core team on various business-related matters and are contributing to the success of our brand.
The mint will remain open until such time that the community and our team decides to close it.
The price is $600 US dollars, it is dynamic in case you purchase the token with crypto, due to the volatility of the crypto market, so $600 may correspond to different amounts of ETH depending on the day.
This is the first product our community will collaborate on. It will be a complimentary garment to all genesis pass holders that purchased before Sept 2nd 1:59 PM PST.
Clubhouse Archives will receive 10% of all secondary sales. These proceeds will be used to continue to hire more full-time employees, fund operations, and deliver even more value to our community.
While roadmaps are great, we consider ourselves a business, so we have a general business plan and model in terms of how we expect to operate. However, as with any business, we may be faced with decisions that force us to pivot to protect the interests of the business and our community, so reserve the right to do so.