How to create a wallet

How to mint

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How to create a wallet

1. Download the xPortal application from the App Store or Google Play and open it
2. Enter your phone number
3. Enter the code received by SMS, if the application doesn’t retrieve it directly
4. Create a PIN that you will use to access and use the application
5. Go to “Receive” and save your secret phrase (either phisically or as a Google Drive backup)


How to mint a Saga NFT

1. Go to the sale link 
2. Press “Mint”
3. Press “xPortal”
4. Press “Login with xPortal”
5. Confirm your identity
6. Press “Approve”
7. Return to the sale link 
8. Press “Mint”
9. Press “Open xPortal”
10. Press “Sign Transaction”
11. Check the NFTs section on xPortal to see what NFT you minted


NFT Entry

When reaching the festival doors, look for the dedicated NFT entry and prepare your xPortal app in order to be able to scan the QR code and pick the Saga Main NFT(s) that you wish to use for your entry / entries. Your NFTs will disappear from your wallet and be returned after the festival is over.


NFT Area Airdrop

This token gives you access to the NFT Area Bar. Each time you want to enter the bar, you need to scan the QR code at the entry using your xPortal app to confirm ownership of the NFT Area Airdrop.


Exchange Voucher


Using our special DAPP you will be able to login using your xPortal wallet and pick one or more main Saga NFTs to exchange for €80 vouchers. Your NFT(s) will disappear from your wallet and be returned after the festival is over.

Your €80 voucher NFT(s) will be airdropped in the same wallet and you will be able to use it / them at the NFT Area Top-up Point to charge your festival bracelet with €80 worth of credit.



Tier Voucher


After entering the festival using your Drinks Voucher Tier Saga Main NFT, you will automatically receive a €50 voucher NFT in your wallet that you will be able to use at the NFT Area Top-up Point to charge your festival bracelet with €50 worth of credit.


What is an NFT?

NFTs are digital assets that can be bought, owned, and used exclusively online. These can include a wide range of digital files such as digital art, tickets, passes, vouchers, or access codes.

Inherently linked with blockchain technology, NFTs are non-fungible, which means each digital asset is unique and can’t be swapped for an identical asset. This uniqueness adds value and security to these assets.

The utility of NFTs goes beyond the world of art and collectibles. A striking example is their use as digital tickets, transforming the event industry. With NFTs, not only can you secure entry to events, but you can also gain access to exclusive perks, experiences, and rewards.

In essence, NFTs are pioneering a shift towards secure, transparent, and innovative solutions for transactions and experiences in the digital sphere, opening up a realm of possibilities far beyond the traditional understanding of art and collectibles.

What is a wallet / wallet address?

A wallet refers to a digital wallet in which you can store coins or digital collectibles/assets.

Each wallet has a unique address that you can find under the “receive” tab and which you can use in various circumstances (to receive funds or collectibles, to sign up for whitelists, etc.).

What is a mint?

The publication of a digital collectible on the blockchain for purchase is called “minting”.


The word “mint” is also used to refer to the launch of a project. For example: the SAGA Festival collection will have its mint in June.


When a collection launches, for a predetermined price, you can “mint” an NFT from that collection. Typically, the collectible you receive when minting is random, based on chance, and can be more common or rarer.

What is an airdrop?

An airdrop refers to the free distribution of digital collectibles to a specific community of users.


To be eligible for an airdrop, users must meet certain criteria, such as owning certain collectibles or being actively involved in a specific community.

Beware of scams!

It is very important to know that you may receive private messages from people who claim to be part of a project team and ask for personal information or send suspicious links.

Scams are on the rise, and these individuals will use any means to try to steal your digital assets or personal data. Therefore, it is important to always carefully check any message or communication you receive. Official team members will NEVER initiate a private conversation with you to request personal information or encourage you to click on a suspicious link.

To protect yourself, only use the project’s official links and carefully verify any information you receive. If you are unsure about the authenticity of a message or communication, do not provide any personal information or click on any links.

In addition, it is important to keep all passwords and authentication data safe and activate two-factor authentication (2FA) whenever possible. Take the necessary measures to protect your digital assets and personal data and do not fall into the scammers’ trap.

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