Your Ultimate Guide to Minting Kanon NFTs

Initial Prototype of “you” for the Aquarius Collection

🚨The Synesis One team WILL NOT DM YOU BEFORE, DURING, OR AFTER THE SALE WITH ANY KIND OF SALE RELATED LINKS. DO NOT CLICK ON RANDOM LINKS FROM USERS PRETENDING TO BE SYNESIS ONE. 🚨

The vast majority of NFT projects are currently being built using Metaplex, and the metadata and associated specifications on the Metaplex docs and GitHub pages can be considered de-facto standards for NFTs on the Solana blockchain. — Synesis One, Technical Litepaper Sec. 5.4

Dear Synesians,

The time has come to mint your very own Kanon NFT! Starting this Friday February 25, 2022 at 17:00 UTC (9:00AM Pacific). They will outline the details in this article!

Whitelist Sale

When: February 25, 2022 | 17:00 UTC

What: In this sale you will have a head start (24 hours) to mint up to 2 Kanon NFTs on Feb. 25.

Who: Only those who were confirmed to be on their whitelist (you should have received an email confirmation). Please check your spam folder, and be on the look out for an additional email this week.

Cost: 2 SOL

Public Sale

When: February 26, 2022 | 17:05 UTC

What: In this sale you are able to mint up to 3 Kanon NFTs on Feb. 26 until they’re sold out or before Feb. 27, 2022 | 17:00 UTC

Who: Anyone

Cost: 2 SOL

How to Mint

A screen capture for Kanon.Exchange (website images are subject to change)

  • Go to https://www.kanon.exchange on the date of your sale (Feb. 25 for Whitelist, and Feb 26 for Public sale). 🚨Please double and triple check that you are on the correct website.

Connect Your Wallet

  • Option 1: Connect your Phantom or other compatible Solana wallet (the connect button will be at the top right corner) on the home page. Then click the “Minting Page” button.
  • Option 2: Click the “Minting Page” button (this button will be visible on the day of the sale) to go directly to the minting page. From the Minting page, click “Connect wallet”.

A screen capture from the minting page (subject to change). Background NFTs are prototypes, and not the final NFTs.

Mint

  • Once your wallet is connected, click “Mint” from the Mint page. You’ll only be able to mint a single Kanon NFT at a time. To mint additional Kanons, click mint again.
  • After you click mint you’ll see a popup window to approve the transaction (you’ll actually need to approve twice). Once approved, that’s it!

A screen capture from the minting page (subject to change). Background NFTs are prototypes, and not the final NFTs.

Note: All NFT images will be revealed on the 28th of February

🚨Is This Your First NFT Mint? A Word of Caution

They want you to have fun, and they want you to be safe online. Due to increasing popularity, Synesis One is seeing a lot of scams pages, websites, and fake accounts popping up. The below are some suggestions to help ensure that you are better prepared to have a positive experience:

The below only applies if you are participating in the public sale. Whitelist sale participants, they urge you to be sure that you’ve joined the correct link.

  • Add a new wallet (within your existing wallet account)
  • Put just enough SOL in the new wallet + expected gas for the number of Kanons you wish to mint (Why: Rather than connecting a single wallet that houses all of your funds, having a different wallet to split up your funds can help protect you from losing all of your SOL in the case that you mistakenly connect to the wrong page)
  • If you have any questions, their helpful community is available to answer!

All unsold Kanon NFTs will be used by the project for marketing, community, and future promotions. They also want you to know that approximately 300 Kanon NFTs will be randomly pre-minted by the team, in order to give one to every team member, advisors, and to also allow us to conduct multiple giveaways in the near future as well!

This is not financial advice.

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