Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is an NFT?
NFT stands for “Non-fungible token” and is a cool way of saying it's a truly unique digital item that YOU can buy, own, and trade.What is Minting?
Simply put, minting means creating and buying your watch. Here is the clue: To provide a fair distribution, we will reveal the the watch after the minting. Until then, the watch is not visible to anybody and its form, color, and type are completely random. You are buying your watch in a black box. Then watches are revealed at the same time after the drop.What is a drop?
Our first drop will be the collection, "Analog Summer 2021" and will consist of uniquely generated watches. Stay tuned for more information about the drop size and date.Can I buy a Meta Watch in USD or EUR?
No. We can only accept ETH. If you have any questions or difficulties we will find a way to help and guide you through the process. Please contact us. Do I own the Meta Watch?
Yes. For private and commercial use. Please read our EULA
.What is Metamask?
Metamask is a crypto-wallet that can store your Ethereum and is needed to purchase and mint a Meta Watch.
Having a wallet gives you an Ethereum address (i.e. 0xSPOO….777), this is where your NFT will be stored.
Learn more about Metamask and how easy it is to use over here
.How to mint with Metamask on a mobile phone?
If you are using a mobile phone to mint a Meta Watch, you need to use the Metamask application built-in browser to mint our NFTs.
Launch the Metamask application, click the 3 lines on the top left menu in the application, and select "Browser".
This will open a web browser and you will be able to navigate back to metawatches.com to do the minting.How to mint with Metamask on a computer?
If you are using a computer to mint your Meta Watch, you just need to connect the Metamask plugin with our website and verify you have enough ETH to do the transaction. Then you will be able to click on the Mint button to buy a historic piece of engineering.Buying NFT for the first time?
Get the Metamask Chrome or Firefox extension. Load it with ETH through services that allow you to change your money to ETH like Coinbase, Binance, or Kraken. Then click the button "MINT" to connect your wallet and approve the transaction on Metamask. That's it!Where does my NFT go after I purchase a Meta Watch?
Your Meta Watch NFT will appear in whichever address or connected wallet you used to purchase the item. You can see your freshly minted NFT card directly on your OpenSea.io
account.That sounds great, how do I get in?
Join our Discord server
or Twitter account
and jump in on the conversation & share your ideas!What can I do with my Meta Watches / How can I trade them?
You are free to do anything with them under a non-exclusive license.
Meta Watches adheres to the ERC-721
standard so you can trade them on platforms like OpenSea
Of course, you can wear it on any "container" you like: your phone, your smartwatch, your desktop screen etc.Is a Meta Watch a good investment?
Please note that Metawatches are NFT based artworks, not investment assets. Please only buy NFTs with money you can afford to lose (please read our terms). Please do your own research. Apart from that, we believe that Metawatches are a wonderful way to express yourself.What happens if you go out of business?
At a certain point on the roadmap - hopefully, in the next few weeks/months - we will take care to decentralize storage, e.g. on the IPFS storage system. The EULA
/ agreement will still be valid.Are you associated with Facebook aka Meta Platforms?
No. In fact, we came up with this name much earlier. We started the registration process of the trademark and bought the domain name before the "meta" renaming of Facebook was published.
There is also a "pre-smartwatch-era" company; "meta watches inc" that wanted to build watch hardware. This company is also not linked to the "meta watch association" project.Which platforms/devices are supported?
We are working very hard on bringing Meta Watches to as many devices and ecosystems as possible. First and foremost: Meta Watches run on almost any web browser - mobile and on the desktop. Currently, we can see many “walled gardens” in the wild. Apple does not allow watch apps on their devices. We, therefore, create unique backgrounds/clockfaces/wallpapers when native support is not possible at this time. We hope that someday, vendors will open up their closed systems and allow Meta Watches to run natively.