Is getting a whitelist difficult? No, if you know the tricks and do not make life difficult for yourself.
- To avoid getting locked out of the projects, be sure to go to the top 10 most popular ones in the Discord community. There's a button in the middle of the page that says "shared servers." If the admin or the moderator doesn't see the shared servers, there could be issues.
- You should also put on the NFT avatar to get noticed by the community. This is because, if you put a blue chip project in, the community will immediately notice you.
- Your nickname should be unique, and it should be something that the community will remember. For instance, no BitcoinMaker, Jack1 should be used.
- A description should also be provided, so that the community can understand what you're doing. Add there that you hold this or that project with high FP, and also add that you are engaged in some kind of activity, for example: Cets on Creck and Vandals Holder, Artist, NFT Enthusiast
The account is ready, now we proceed to the actions.
What can we get White List for?
In a simple way - stuffing messages. Constant chatting, preferably for several days.
- If you're getting a lot of messages asking for a whitelist, then it's probably not a good idea to grind. To check the number of messages, go to the chat.
- In most projects, they will give you around 300-400 messages, which is enough for most tasks. However, in some projects, they will only give you around a thousand. To avoid getting blocked, only communicate in English.
The most practical and working option, the main thing is to show uniqueness.
- Fan art
We start by taking art from the sneak peaks, and then draw on paper. After that, we go through the manual for Photoshop and make a couple of cool arts. All this will take around 1-2 hours. After that, you can start uploading art to a specific channel. You can also add a description of why you like the project and why you think it's promising.
You can also add a description to your art and on your project account, which will increase your chances of getting featured. This is the most common and practical option for a medium or early project.
Another option is to open meme templates and make around 10 pieces about the project. Doing so usually takes around 30 minutes. You can also unload around five pieces between making the art.
- Creative solutions.
This is usually the best option, as it involves making various types of art, such as wood burning, hanging posters, and plasticine toys. We also post the project on twitter and wait for the feed to come back.
- Complaints & Suggestions.
You can also suggest a channel, or see a bug on the server. For instance, if there's a ban going on, you can open a ticket and write about the issue. Usually, a ticket will be shown at the bottom of the screen, and you can click on the button to open it. After you've opened the ticket, write down the details of the message that you found.
The goal of the project is to have an audience of expensive projects holders. If you have a floor that's higher than 5 sol, then you'll be able to get into many projects and participate in drawings. You can also get the first distributions of the collection through the FCFS.
What to do if White List has not been issued yet?
Let's say that you have been sitting for a week, sending 500 messages, participating in five art projects, and sending five creatives. If you're not getting in, try contacting the admin or the forum's moderator to ask about the project. At the end of the conversation, you can give a little hint that you've been working on the project, but only if you are worthy.
The first few times, it can be hard to get into the project, as you'll probably have a hard time understanding how to work and how to show originality. However, once you get used to it, you'll be able to do it easily.