At Digital Practical’s ‘JorrDaar’ event, an NFT ticket is the only way to get in.

About 25 km from Ahmedabad airport, hundreds of NFT Collectors gathered as blue and white lights swept the banquet hall at Club 07. But it wasn’t exactly a wild crowd. Most people remained seated, calm and calm. The others remained motionless, watching the scene in silence. The crowd abruptly burst into cheers – all shouting one name, “Digital Practice” at the same time. People clamor and shoot into the air to see the scene. A man stood on top of a chair, lost his balance, and fell to struggle for better vision.

At the JorrDaar NFT event, entrepreneurs and Web3 missionaries discussed digital transformation in everything from art to assets. But that wasn’t what made it interesting. What made it fascinating was that it was India’s first NFT ticketed event. NFTs are essentially art, music, video, GIFs, etc. get it, it doesn’t have real world utility.

Tatilsinh Chudasma, aka Digital Practice, is known for his Digital Marketing skills. (Express Photo)

JorrParivar by Digital Practical claims to be the country’s first community-driven NFT project, consisting of 1,254 NFTs around 22 IPs focused on the practicality of branding, marketing and motivation. These NFT tickets were used on JorrParivar’s proprietary Web3 platform, which generated a QR code via the blockchain. Their portal then scans it at the event before letting attendees in. What is noteworthy is that tickets to the event are not sold in INR or any fiat currency.

Each JorrParivar NFT token has a specific description and meaning and provides metadata by storing the media on-chain. Specifically, these NFTs are Cheetah, Dog, Rabbit etc. such as animated animals. It is clear that these hand-drawn animals do not serve any real world. The basis of Digital Practical’s approach is special trainings, workshops, monthly zoom meetings, Q&A sessions, dinner meetings, etc. to access and serve its community, which it calls “Parivar”, through

These animated animal NFTs have three tiers: Bronze, Silver and Gold. Any Bronze (only people who bought 1 NFT) member is allowed access to the event. Silver members get access to an exclusive two-day hotel stay at a lounge, including access to the event, and Gold members get access to GoKarting etc. He was a part of various activities including “JorrParivar tokens are all about utility and access, meaning each NFT Practical gives them “benefit” through metadata by providing different levels of access and activities through the smart contract attached to each investment,” he told indianexpress.com.

Tatilsinh Chudasma, aka Digital Practice, is known for his Digital Marketing skills. He dropped out of engineering school three times, the first time he dropped out when his father had a stroke, then worked in the sales department of a call center. Even after spending four years of his professional career in a call centre, Practical didn’t make any progress so he started looking for more options to earn. He realized that making money online is the best option and as a result he started working intensively in his digital marketing course. However, due to financial insufficiency, he could not pay his fees and had to leave the middle track. But he didn’t lose his courage and got a job again and earned money. He then returned to the digital marketing course. “I had only Rs 300 in my bank account. It was a difficult time for me, thanks to my friends who helped me grow.” Practical now produces content on digital marketing, web3 and branding. Inspired by American Entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, Practical has launched its own redeemable NFT collection.

“About 350 NFT owners from India and abroad attended the event,” said Chirag Jain, co-founder of Social Tag, a talent management and influencer marketing firm. “Over 50 people had access to a luxury suite room and participated in go-karts, in-door cricket, ice hockey, etc. Facilities like swimming, tennis, VR games and cinema were also made completely free. VIP dinner with guest speakers. ”

Devansh Seth, a 26-year-old college student who owns the JorrParivar NFT, follows Tatil online. He believes that Tatil is a father figure in his life. “I had no goals. But his videos were encouraging, having that sound every day, 10 times a day, constantly pumping all this content and reminding me, ‘You can do this’. Seth owns two bronze NFTs and has spent all his savings over Rs 17,000 buying these NFTs.

Another 31-year-old NFT owner, Vaishakh Sabu, flew all the way from Kerala just to catch a glimpse of Tatil. There are Gold, Silver and Bronze level NFTs. He found practically authentic and real and wanted to be much closer to him, and having an NFT made him feel that way. “I spent a lakh on NFTs” and “I will continue to buy”. Sabu aspires to be a content creator.

NFT holders are enjoying the event. (Express Photo)

A dream come true for several participants. People want to meet their boss in real life. Some say they want to hang out with him, while others want to network. NFT artist, 22-year-old Netra Acharya, who was present at an event, missed her school to be a part of the event. “NFTs are all about communities. It doesn’t matter what the art is or how creative it is. However, trust in a particular creator is the driving force. We believe in Practice and we know it can be our path to success.”

Despite regulatory uncertainty, NFT holders still seem bullish on cryptos and NFTs. Two young entrepreneurs, 20-year-old Harshil Anand and 21-year-old Hiran Banerjee, said: “We became part of the community because we believe in Practical. Regulation still has a long way to go. India still understands crypto and is here to stay. We are not here in the short term.” Hiran has 16 animated animal JorrParivar NFTs.

Interestingly, the market has dropped drastically, meaning the price of NFTs has dropped by 50 percent from the purchase price. “…it doesn’t matter, these prices will skyrocket soon. We call it a market correction,” Harshil added.

One of the event’s sponsors, Anshul Rustagi, founder of a mythological metaverse called ‘Zionverse’, believes the Pratic’s community is the driving force behind the event. “They love it and understand that they can do great things because redeemable NFTs are something that has never been implemented in India.” “We wanted to do this because NFTs are not just a bunch of images. There are real-world benefits, and we’re here to deliver.”

NFT tickets are digital assets that hold your credentials to access an event. (Express Photo)

NFT tickets are digital assets that contain your identification information for an event. By using these tickets, NFT holders can enjoy benefits such as meet and greet, specials, and more, creating an even more immersive fan experience. It’s worth noting that NFT tickets provide ongoing royalties for artists, event organizers, and stakeholders. It is the system that could potentially disrupt the traditional ticketing industry by solving the inefficiencies faced by the current ticketing system.

“Paper tickets and QR codes can be faked, and this is one of the biggest drawbacks of the traditional ticketing system. This creates vulnerability for event venues and is disappointing for fans who unknowingly buy fake tickets. NFT ticketing solves all this because every transaction is recorded on a blockchain ledger. recorded, event organizers and attendees can verify the authenticity of every ticket on the chain and even track ownership history, making it impossible for bad actors to falsify a ticket, Sanchit, technical head of the event, told indianexpress.com.

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