Since we’ve launched an NFT project ourselves, we know first hand how frustrating it can be to need something that doesn’t exist yet. Luckily for you, we have an incredible team of engineers that can quickly build solutions to your problems. If you need something custom built, send us an email at email@example.com and we’ll take it from there! And yes, that’s free too.
Other allowlist platforms have been hacked and users have tragically lost all their assets because they were accustomed to connecting their wallets and signing messages.
We believe that requiring wallet connections for a simple allowlist is outdated and unnecessary, so we replaced it with a much safer process.
Instead of connecting a collector's wallet directly to Hey Mint, we verify wallet ownership via OpenSea - if a user can prove they can sign into OpenSea with their wallet, we can verify they own it.
No more wallet connections - no more scams.
Part of what makes allowlists so useful is the ability to specify certain requirements like a minimum ETH/SOL balance and ownership of various NFTs.
To help keep user assets safe, collectors will be able to verify ownership of one wallet that meets allowlist requirements, without ever connecting that wallet to Hey Mint, and join an allowlist with a second wallet address that doesn’t have valuable funds in it.
This way, even if a minting wallet is compromised, NFTs and other assets remain safe.
A rug pull is everybody’s worst nightmare. Collectors are hesitant to join new projects for fear they will be scammed. For the first time ever, we help increase collector trust by providing third party verification that project creators are legitimate.
We accomplish this by allowing creators to privately verify their identity with us via Stripe Identity. Choose to remain publicly anonymous if you wish, but give your collectors the reassurance they crave that you are legitimate and your project is safe to mint.
We’re paying for this identify verification ourselves, and display a prominent verified with Stripe Identity badge on projects with creators that went through this process.
To claim this badge, project owners submit a selfie that matches their government ID. This is then checked against Stripe’s global databases for any discrepancies and red flags.