At Digital Pratik’s ‘JorrDaar’ event, the only way in is an NFT ticket


Approximately 25km from Ahmedabad Airport, hundreds NFT Collectors gathered as the blue and white lights wiped out Club 07’s banquet hall. But it wasn’t always a lot of people. Most people stayed calm and calm. Others stood still and quietly observed the stage. Suddenly, the crowd erupted with cheers — everyone shouted one name at once on “Digital Pratik.” People shoot in the air screaming to see the stage. A man stood on a chair, lost his balance, fell, and scrambled for a better view.

At the JorrDaar NFT event, entrepreneurs and Web3 evangelists discussed digital transformation of everything from art to assets. But that’s not the reason why the event was interesting. What fascinated it was that it was the first NFT ticket event in India. NFTs are basically impractical, whether they are art, music, video, GIFs, etc.

Pratiksinh Chudasma aka Digital Pratik is known for his digital marketing skills. (Express photo)

Jorr Parivar by Digital Pratik claims to be the first community-led NFT project in the country consisting of 1,254 NFTs centered on 22 IPs, with a focus primarily on branding, marketing, and motivational utility. I am. These NFT tickets were used on Jorr Parivar’s custom Web3 platform to generate QR codes over the blockchain. The portal then scans for this at the event before accepting participants. Notably, event tickets are not sold in Indian Rupees or fiat currencies.

Each JorrParivarNFT token has a specific description and meaning and provides metadata in the media’s on-chain storage. In particular, these NFTs are animated animals such as cheetahs, dogs and rabbits. It is clear that these hand-painted animals do not provide real utility. The premise of Digital Pratik’s approach is to create and service access to the community he calls “Parivar” through exclusive training, workshops, monthly zoom calls, Q & A sessions, dinner meetings, and more. ..

These animated animal NFTs have three layers: bronze, silver and gold. Any member of Bronze (who purchased only one NFT) was granted access to the event. Silver members had access to a two-day limited hotel stay in the lounge, including access to the event, and Gold members participated in various activities such as Go Karting. The different levels of access and activity through the smart contracts that accompany each investment provide a “utility” through metadata, “Pratik told

Pratiksinh Chudasma aka Digital Pratik is known for his digital marketing skills. He dropped out of engineering three times when his father had a paralytic attack. After that, he worked in the sales department of a call center. After four years of professional career in a call center job, Pratik hasn’t made any progress, which is why he started looking for more options to earn. He realized that making money online was the best option, and as a result he began to study intensively in digital marketing courses. However, due to lack of finances, he could not pay his fee and was forced to abandon the course on the way. However, he never lost courage and was re-employed, and he made money. After that, he returned to the digital marketing course. “I had only 300 rupees in my bank account. It was a tough time thanks to my friends who helped me grow.” Pratik is currently creating content on digital marketing, web3 and branding. Inspired by American entrepreneur Gary Weinachuk, Platic launched his own collection of redeemable NFTs.

Chirag Jain, co-founder of SocialTag, a talent management and influencer marketing company, said: “More than 50 people have access to luxurious suites and participated in activities such as go-karting, indoor cricket and ice hockey. Facilities such as swimming, tennis, VR games and cinemas are complete, including exclusive ones. Now it’s free. VIP dinner with guest speakers. “

Devansh Seth, a 26-year-old college student and owner of Jorr Parivar NFT, follows Pratik online. He believes Platic has become his father in his life. “I had no goal. But his video was encouraging, having this voice there 10 times a day, every day, constantly sending out all this content,” you do this. I can do it, “reminded me. Seth owns two bronze NFTs and spends all of his savings over Rs 17,000 on the purchase of these NFTs.

Another NFT holder, Vaishakh Sabu, 31, flew all the way from Kerala to get a glimpse of Pratik. He has Gold, Silver and Bronze Tier NFTs. He realized that Pratik was real and genuine and wanted to get closer to him. Thanks to the NFT, he felt it. “I spent about 10,000 rupees on NFTs,” he said. “I continue to buy.” Sabu aims to be a content creator.

NFT holders enjoying the event. (Express photo)

For some participants, it’s a dream come true. People want to see their boss in real life. Some want to hang out with him, others want to build networking. NFT artist Netra Acharya, 22, who was attending the event, was absent from college and attended the event. “NFTs are all about the community. It doesn’t matter what art is or how creative it is. But trust in a particular content creator is the driving force. We believe in Platic. And I know he will be the way to our success. “

Despite regulatory uncertainty, NFT holders still appear to be bullish on cryptography and NFTs. Two young entrepreneurs, Harshil Anand, 20, and Hiran Banerjee, 21, said: Regulation still has a long way to go. India still understands cryptography and it stays here. We are not here in the short term. Hiran holds 16 animated animals, Jorr Parivar NFT.

Interestingly, the market has fallen sharply. This means that the price of NFTs has plummeted to 50% of the purchase price. “… it doesn’t matter, these prices will skyrocket quickly. This is what we call a market fix,” Harshil added.

Anshul Rustaggi, one of the event’s sponsors and the founder of a mythical metaverse called “Zionverse,” believes that the Pratik community is the driving force behind the event. “They love him and understand that redeemable NFTs have never been introduced in India and can be very successful.” “Because NFTs are more than just a collection of images. I wanted to do this. They have real utility and we are here to provide it. “

NFT tickets are digital assets that hold access credentials to events. (Express photo)

NFT tickets are digital assets that contain credentials for the event. These tickets allow NFT holders to enjoy benefits such as pick-ups and exclusive merchandise. This creates an even more immersive fan experience. It is worth noting that NFT tickets provide ongoing loyalty to artists, event organizers, and stakeholders. This is a system that can disrupt the traditional ticketing industry by resolving the inefficiencies faced by current ticketing systems.

“Paper tickets and QR codes can be forged, but this is one of the major drawbacks of traditional ticketing systems. This creates a security gap at the event venue and fans who unknowingly buy fake tickets. Each transaction is recorded in the blockchain ledger, so the NFT ticket resolves all of this. Event organizers and attendees verify the authenticity of all tickets on the chain. You can also track the history of ownership, thus making it impossible for a malicious person to tamper with the ticket, “Sanchit, event’s technical director, told



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