Frequently Asked Questions
The official public launch will happen during the last week of February 2022. Exact date TBA and will be announced in our Discord.
The price will vary depending on how early you engage with our community. Early supporters can expect a lower price than the public mint. We will have a whitelist group for those who actively help M.C.C. become a reality.
In order to be whitelisted (guaranteed a membership/NFT) you will have to:
1. Engage and be positive within our community.
2. Be active in Discord and other social media outlets (Twitter, Instagram, & TikTok).
These benchmarks are subject to change as needed. This will be handled by M.C.C. Management.
The whitelist is not determined by invites or messages sent like most projects, it will be decided on by genuine engagement and contributions to the community!
For now, Gophers will be available through our website during our whitelisting and public sale. After minting the 10,000 Gophers, they will no longer be available on our website, but available to purchase through OpenSea.io. We highly recommend going through trusted exchanges (OpenSea) and recommend to never sell/buy a Gopher outside of this exchange.
An NFT is a non-fungible token. It is a digital certificate for intellectual property and is stored on the Ethereum blockchain. NFTs can be anything that is digital from sports cards, to art pieces, to music, to even short movie segments. The limits are endless. “Non-fungible“ means that it is unique and can not be replaced with something else. For M.C.C., all of our Gophers will be unique and its own NFT.
You will be able to use your Gophers to partake in Member-Only benefits (see Membership page). Additionally we plan on having the Gophers be used in the Metaverse.
MetaMask is the most popular digital wallet in the NFT space. MetaMask is a browser extension (available in Chrome, Firefox and Brave) that is used to store, send, and receive Ethereum and ERC20. We recommend using MetaMask with Chrome.
“Gas fees” are the transaction fees that users pay miners on a blockchain protocol to have their transaction included in the block. The system works on a standard supply and demand mechanism. If there is more demand for transactions, miners can choose to include the transactions that pay more, compelling users to pay more to have their transactions processed quickly and efficiently. Users of Ethereum can also choose to pay more for faster transactions, by paying higher gas fees. Wallets like MetaMask enable users to interact directly with the Ethereum network, choosing which amount of gas they wish to pay.