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Q: What do I need to get started?

First and foremost, you need to learn how to use Metamask (or other digital wallets), it allows users to access InVaria2222 platform through a browser extension or mobile app.

Second, you will need some cryptocurrencies, USDC and ETH, in Ethereum Mainnet, either buy it within Metamask or transfer it from your crypto-exchange. By using and interacting with applications, you will need enough ETH to pay the gas fee (transaction fee). In the common case, preparing 0.05 ETH is fully-sufficient to mint NFT for gas. *More NFT you mint, may cost more gas fee.

Q: What wallets does InVaria2222 support?

Metamask is our recommendation. Currently, InVaria2222 website supports Metamask and WalletConnect. In order to use our service please connect the wallet that contains NFTs from InVaria2222.

Q: Why do I need to pay for the gas fee?

A gas fee is a charge that users pay to transact on the blockchain. Gas is used to compensate miners for the computing energy and resources expended to validate transactions and to include them in the blockchain. Gas prices fluctuate, depending on the complexity of a transaction and traffic on the network. Naturally, a transaction requiring more computational power will demand higher fees. Also, transacting during peak periods with plenty of traffic on the network will attract heftier fees.

Q: What is NFT staking?

NFT staking refers to locking up non-fungible tokens on a platform or protocol in exchange for staking rewards and other benefits. Staking NFTs allows holders to earn an income from their collection while maintaining ownership.

Q: Why do I have to verify my identity (KYC)?

In order to conduct certain activities on our website, InVaria2222 maintains a KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML policy to comply with the applicable law, regulations, or guidance to crypto-service provider, we will have no liability or responsibility for your compliance with laws or regulations governing the transfer and use of NFTs.

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