Before we tell you more about NFT’s, let’s make sure you save the location of the Lopez Collectibles web app. This will make it easier to return to your collectibles so you can view it and share with your friends.
Saving the George Lopez NFT Website to your Phone
Now that you’ve scanned the QR code and arrived at the web app where we keep your NFT’s, let’s make sure you can get back here to view your new collectibles. The easiest way to do this is to Bookmark the Page in your mobile browser (Safari, Chrome, etc).
Safari (Chrome instructions are further below)
Find the "Share" at the bottom of the web page and click on it:
Scroll down and locate "Add Bookmark" and click on it:
You'll know you are in the right place if you see this:
Now you can Name your Bookmark (for example, "Lopez Collectibles"), then click Save.
Now you can easily return to your Bookmarks and find your Collectibles:
For Chrome users the experience is similar, and starts with clicking on the three dots at the bottom of the browser page:
After you click on the three dots you'll see an option menu. Select + Bookmark:
After the Bookmark is saved, you can edit its name by clicking Edit Bookmark:
Click on the Name field and change the name (for example, "Lopez Collectibles"), then click on Done to save your changes:
Now you can return to your Bookmarks and easily find the website:
Locate your bookmark and select it:
SO, WHAT IS A COLLECTIBLE NFT?
For people who are new to the world of NFTs and blockchain, we've created an easy way to create your first crypto wallet and unlock a promotional George Lopez NFT. You can keep it or transfer it to a friend. We look to deliver more to your wallet in the future, from rewards to more NFTs that can be traded and sold.
OK, but what does that mean?
OK, but what does that mean?
“Non-fungible” more or less means that it’s unique and can’t be replaced with another one, even though that other one may look similar. It’s a limited, one-of-a-kind, numbered digital asset. If you traded it for a different one, you’d have something completely different. Like a comic book or baseball card they may appear the same but each one is unique and collectible.
Some tokens contain images (like an individual JPG), some have video and audio and in the future NFTs will work across all of your digital devices and mediums.
How do NFTs work?
At a very high level, most NFTs are secured by a blockchain, which is a shared ledger or database. The blockchain stores extra information - metadata - that can be used to - among other things - prove legal ownership. GFTs are secured by the GFT Alliance blockchain.
What is a GFT?
A GFT is a special class of NFT issued by the GFT Alliance, which has verified that NFT originator is the legal holder of the intellectual property embodied in the NFT. Meaning, the GFT logo is your assurance that the image, sound, or other content associated with the NFT originated with the true owner of the IP.
Why am I being asked to create a password?
We require a password to secure your wallet - NFTs can be valuable.
What can I do with it?Currently, you can “transfer” your NFTs (gift them) to a friend. In the near future, you'll be able to trade them on public marketplaces - kind of like an Ebay for digital collectibles. Some people will want to do stand up trades, some may want to buy the NFT, it’s totally up to the owner. We will notify you when trading has been enabled. For now, it’s a collector’s item and the first of its kind;
1. An NFT of a joke.
2. An NFT distributed through a grocery store (Food4less/Kroger).
Are there more Collectible GFTs?
The GFT Exchange will mint one (1) George Lopez NFT jokes and four (4) George Lopez autographed NFTs featuring original artwork from his Ta Loco line of beers.
Collectibles will be released throughout the two (2) week promotional period, at random intervals. Come back to Food4Less often and scan the QR code on the display sign for your chance to collect additional NFT’s. Good Luck!