First, you must open the GUTS app, and login with the same phone number you used to buy your tickets. Once logged in, you can navigate to your profile by clicking the gear icon in the top right corner.
In this section there is a button toggle called, “Show NFT index and blockchain links”. We recommend turning this option on so that all guidance is visible for locating a collectible on the blockchain.
Next navigate to the “Claim your tickets as NFTs” page.
From here you will need to enter their Ethereum address in the “NFT claim address” text box.
An Ethereum address is a unique identifier for a wallet on the Ethereum blockchain. It looks like a long combination of numbers and letters that starts with a 0x. An example of an Ethereum address is:
By having an Ethereum address, we're able to send the digital collectible to you, the ticket owner. This gives you complete ownership of the collectible that lasts forever.
You can set up their Ethereum address using MetaMask. We recommend this video guide as a complete walkthrough.
Once you have entered your ethereum address, you can then press “save” and you are now set up and ready to go!
When does a collectible get sent to you?
Collectibles are automatically sent to the ticket holder when their ticket is scanned at the event (so after entering the event). Make sure you add your wallet address before that. The collectible will be distributed automatically when your ticket is scanned at the event.
How do you see your digital collectibles?
The easiest way to see a digital collectible is by viewing it in our NFT Ticket Explorer.
When the event is not in the past yet, you can click on “NFT INDEX [code]” in the GUTS app which takes you to your ticket on the NFT Ticket Explorer.
When the event is in the past, you go to our NFT Ticket Explorer and fill in your wallet address. You then will see your fridge with all your NFT Tickets on it:
You can click on one of your tickets for more details:
If you are looking to access, transfer and even exchange your collectible, you can do so on a decentralised marketplace called OpenSea. Read more here.