Under the tab Manage, you can find the tab 'Blockchain'. Here you can find information about the event contract address, the visibility of your event details on the blockchain and add artwork.
Event contract address
For every event you add*, a smart contract will be created. Because of this, every event will be its own NFT collection on OpenSea. It becomes easy to check whether an event attendee owns an NFT for a specific event. All NFT's are easily visible per event.
Once you publish your event, your specific event contract address is generated:
* The smart contracts per event are a new way of working. That means that all events published after the release date (August 24) will have an event contract address. All events before that are added to the smart contract of GET Protocol.
Visibility after publishing
When you publish your event, you make your event live. It's no longer a draft event, your online shops start working and your event details and shop information will be visible on the blockchain. By default, the details will become visible immediately when you publish your event. But you can (optionally) specify when that should happen under the tab 'Manage>Blockchain'.
The default gate of your default shop will be published. Read here about the default gate.
You can even chose for 'Never'. The event is published on the blockchain, but it is kept anonymous by obfuscating all the event details.
You can choose to upload a generic image for the whole event. All minted NFT's will use your uploaded artwork.
You can overwrite this per ticket type. Because of this, you can decide to give your VIP tickets a specific artwork. Read more here.
If you don't add your NFT artwork, a NFT image of GET Protocol will be used.