Fellaz Whitepaper v1.0
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🎫 | Blockchain Ticketing

Fellaz Ticketing is a unique concept and an exclusive Fellaz feature that allows users to purchase tickets to both offline and metaverse events in the form of an NFT. Through this service, the creators or the user who hosts the events through Fellaz are given the option to sell NFT-based admission tickets in the form of either direct sale or auction. Since the ticket is minted as an NFT, the user that purchased the ticket can permanently keep it, put it on display, or choose to sell it either before or after the date of the event as needed in the secondary market or simply transfer it to other users via a Web3 wallet. Through this service, we plan to bring transparency to the ticketing industry, which in turn, will prevent any form of forgery, price manipulation, and inequity of information and access.
NFT ticketing NFT, or non-fungible token, ticketing is a new technology that uses blockchain to create unique, digital tickets for events. Unlike traditional tickets, which are often printed on paper and can be easily copied or counterfeited, NFT tickets are stored on a decentralized ledger and cannot be replicated. This makes them much more secure and allows for additional features, such as the ability to transfer ownership or add special perks, such as backstage access or VIP seating.
Transparency
One of the main advantages of NFT ticketing is that it allows for greater transparency and accountability in the ticketing process. Because the tickets are stored on a decentralized ledger, event organizers can easily track and verify the authenticity of each ticket, which can help prevent fraud and scalping.
Personal experience
In addition to increased security, NFT ticketing also offers a more personalized and engaging experience for fans. Because the tickets are digital, they can be easily customized with special designs or messages, and can even include unique digital assets, such as virtual meet-and-greets with performers or exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.