Here are some answers to customer questions about claiming their NFTs.
Answer: If your account is empty but you have received a 'Claim your NFT' email, please check that you are logging in or creating an account using the same email you used to purchase the NFT.
Answer: This may be caused by a sudden, extreme spike in the gas costs. Our system responds to this by holding off on processing requests until the gas prices return to more reasonable levels. This generally resolves itself in a few hours so we recommend checking your account again.
Answer: MetaMask doesn’t show NFTs on the desktop, but the mobile app displays them. Click the NFT tab in the wallet app and follow instructions to update the settings to auto-detect the NFT. Learn more about MetaMask.
Answer: You can resell your NFT on any open NFT marketplace. Simply log in to the marketplace with the wallet that owns the NFT.
Answer: You can still claim the NFT without clicking through from the email
Go to: [STORE URL]/apps/verisart (example: https://shopifydemo.verisart.com/apps/verisart/)
Enter email address that was used to purchase the NFT
Once email is verified, the customer can access the NFT dashboard and claim the NFT
Potential error messages
A useful summary of error messages that may appear during the claiming flow and to advise customers.
What does it mean? Customer has already claimed the NFT and started the minting process.
Customer solution? Customer needs to wait for the mint to complete. If you're minting in Ethereum, Verisart limits the price of minting an NFT to 50 gwei (gwei is a unit of measure for the Ether cryptocurrency) to ensure you don't spend too much ETH on gas fees. If gas prices go over 50 gwei, minting is paused until gas prices drop below that level.
What does it mean? Customer is trying to connect a wallet already linked to another account.
What does it mean? Wallet is not connected properly in the browser.
Customer solution? Customer needs to make sure they have a wallet installed on their browser (Verisart supports MetaMask, WalletConnect and Coinbase Wallet) and that they are logged in and connected to their wallet.
What does it mean? Another transaction is pending in the customer's wallet.
Customer solution? Customer needs to open their wallet or wallet browser extension to review their pending transaction. They can make a decision on whether to wait for the transaction to complete or to cancel it.
What does it mean? The customer canceled the transaction in their wallet before the minting was completed.
Customer solution? Customer needs to complete the minting flow again without canceling the transition.