We want to know a bit about you, and why you want to join the club. If you're approved, you'll gain access to our private Web3 onboarding tutorial.
To enter the world of Web3, you're going to need to understand certain blockchain mechanics. We'll bring you up to speed before you're ready to become a full member of the supper club.
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What is crypto?
A cryptocurrency (AKA crypto) is a form of digital asset that lives on a decentralized network, i.e. the network is distributed across a large number of computers. This decentralized structure allows cryptocurrencies to exist independently of any single entity, such as a national government or a big tech corporation. Cryptocurrencies live on blockchain networks, essentially, a public ledger that gets constantly updated and verified by all the computers across the network.
How do I get a wallet?
To hold crypto or NFTs, you’ll need a wallet to access the blockchain. Making a wallet is free. We recommend using a Phantom wallet, which is a Google Chrome extension that allows you to access the Solana blockchain.
PHANTOM WALLET SET-UP
Download the plugin from phantom.app
Select your browser and follow instructions to install.
Select “Create New Wallet”
Follow the instructions from Phantom and don’t forget to save your Recovery Phrase - you need it to access your account.
Pin the extension to your browser
Click on the puzzle icon in your Chrome browser and hit the pin icon next to the Phantom app.
What is a wallet?
Unlike a normal wallet, which can hold actual cash, crypto wallets technically don’t store your tokens. Your crypto and NFT holdings live permanently on the blockchain, but can only be accessed using a private key - your crypto wallet.
What is an NFT?
Unlike cryptocurrencies which are "fungible" tokens, NFTs are non-fungible tokens This means that NFTs are uniquely serialized, i.e. no two tokens are the same, even if they look the same. In other words, my bitcoin is the same as your bitcoin - we could exchange bitcoins but we'd end up in the same position we started. However, my Bored Ape NFT #7831 is not the same as your Bored Ape NFT #3122 - if we exchanged them, a tangible transfer of value would occur.
NFTs in your wallet can be represented by artwork that could be: an ape, a pizza, a breakfast sandwich, or even a trading card of your favorite restaurant. An NFT's value is typically determined by factors such as rarity, hype, and community support.
If cryptocurrency is the digital version of USD, EUR, or JPY, then NFTs are the digital versions of The Mona Lisa, Babe Ruth’s 1916 Rookie Card, or even real estate.
What does "minting" mean?
NFTs come into existence on the blockchain by means of a process called minting.
The concept of minting in the crypto space is taken from the idea of minting physical currency. For example, when a US dollar is "minted", it is put into circulation.
Minting an NFT is the process of establishing it as an asset (token) on the blockchain. This is done when you exchange cryptocurrency such as SOL, for an NFT. By doing this, you become the original owner of it and that information is forever coded into the metadata of the token.
What can I do with my NFTs?
The sky is the limit, and every NFT is different. Supper Club NFTs all have real-world "utility". For example, holders of the Supper Club x Irazú NFT were gifted with free oatmeal shakes at irazuchicago.com. Holders of the Supper Club x Fatburger NFT can claim free Original Fatburgers at Fatburger.com. Holders of the Supper Club Spoonfest POAP NFT get access to a private Discord channel with exclusive giveaways.
What is the blockchain?
Typically, banks are responsible for updating and verifying a ledger of transactional data. We trust our money with them because they have a known reputation. For the most part, we trust that our money is safe when we place it in a bank.
The blockchain is a public ledger where data cannot be changed or removed. The data is stored across all the participants in the network, as opposed to being stored in one central location.
Every crypto transaction is stored in a “block”, and all of those blocks are "chained" together. Manipulating the ledger would manipulate the entire block. The result is a permanent, public record of a network's transaction history.
WANT TO GET EARLY MINT ACCESS?
Place an order between now and 5/26 to get access to the pre-mint allowlist. We're opening up 150 spots for Fatburger customers to mint early!