Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The internet has continuously transformed since its inception, undergoing various phases of development.


Web1 emerged in the 1990s, characterized by individuals connecting to the internet to consume existing content without actively contributing or publishing themselves to a wider audience.


Web2 came into existence in the early 2000s, with the advent of social media, faster internet speeds, and mobile devices. Web2 was defined by user-generated content, targeted advertisements, and centralized ownership of data by corporations.


Web3 signifies a novel era of the internet that is presently unfolding, facilitated by the remarkable capabilities of blockchain technology. Web3 is distinguished by user ownership of data, open-source software, decentralized platforms, property rights, collective collaboration, digital currencies (cryptocurrencies), and interoperability.


Web3 aims to address many of the challenges encountered in Web1 and Web2, aiming to propel us closer to a digital realm that functions more effectively for a larger population.

NFTs, also known as Non-Fungible Tokens, are special types of digital items that are stored securely on a technology called blockchain. Unlike regular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum that can be traded equally, NFTs are unique and cannot be automatically swapped for another token of the same value. Each NFT has a proof that shows who owns it, making it authentic and scarce.


People often use NFTs to show that they own digital art, collectibles, virtual properties, and other special digital things that cannot be replicated. Besides, NFTs grant their owner any benefits provided to you by the associated project, such as staking, exclusive accesses and feature or airdrops.

In addition, owning NFTs requires having what’s called a wallet. Wallets are digital wallets or accounts where you can securely store and manage your NFTs. Anyone can create a wallet for free, similar to creating an email account. Wallets allow users to buy, sell, and trade NFTs. They also serve as a place to view and verify ownership rights of your NFTs. There are different types of wallets, ranging from simple web wallets accessible through a browser to hardware wallets that provide an extra layer of security.


Basically, there are numerous providers for creating free wallets you can use to get Immortal Parasite NFTs. Please understand that we cannot give you a recommendation and inform yourself exactly with which provider you want to create a wallet. However, we can tell you that MetaMask or Coinbase Wallets are among the most common representatives in this area.

The „minting“ of an NFT refers to the process by which a new NFT is created and immortalized on the blockchain via so called smart contracts. In our case, and as in many other projects, this process creates unique NFTs with randomly combined properties called traits. Traits are characteristics or properties that are assigned to an NFT, determine its appearance, and distinguish it from other NFTs.

A smart contract is a self-executing code on a blockchain platform like Ethereum. For example, it contains the program logic and rules that define the minting of an NFT. When minting NFTs, the Smart Contract controls the process by validating the required information and creating the NFT with a unique identity. A smart contract can also set fees or conditions for minting. In this way, the smart contract ensures the uniqueness of the NFT and its correct registration on the blockchain.

NFTs cannot be bought directly with „real money“ as they are based on blockchain technology and use so-called smart contracts that are executed on the blockchain to manage property rights and transactions. These blockchains are used with cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum in our case, as a means of payment to settle transactions on the blockchain. Since the blockchain is independent of central financial institutions, the use of cryptocurrencies enables the direct and secure exchange of NFTs between buyers and sellers on a global scale without the involvement of third parties such as banks or payment processors. This technical approach provides a decentralized and efficient method to enable trading of NFTs and verify ownership rights.

  1. Visit our mint page and connect your wallet by clicking the „connect“ button. Your wallet will ask you for a free signature to complete this connection.
  2. Select the quantity of NFTs you want to mint and make sure you have enough Ethereum available in your wallet to pay for the transaction. Please also note that in addition to the price of the NFTs, there is a network fee that varies depending on the utilization of the Ethereum blockchain, which we have no control over. Our developers do their best to make all our contracts as gas-optimized as possible.
  3. Confirm your transaction by signing.
  4. Receive your NFTs after the transaction was proceeded at the blockchain.

Whitelist spots that entitle you to mint during the discounted whitelist phase are obtained by regularly interacting with our content on X, former twitter ( or can be won by participating in activities, events, contests in our community ( or similar with our partners.

If you receive a direct message from „us“, first make sure to pay attention to the spelling of that account and also even if you actually ever receive a message from the official account asking you to transfer cryptocurrency or receive links to mint pages etc, do not use them under any circumstances. Of course we do our best to protect our accounts with the highest possible security, but even we can be the victim of hacking.


To avoid scams as much as possible, make sure to follow only our official links and always pay attention to the correct spelling.


Also, we will never launch spontaneous mints or any stealth launches without informing for weeks in advance. So if you see such messages with links to connect your wallet or similar on our channels, assume that we have been hacked.

Websites (coming soon)




Social Media (Community) (Immortal Parasite Brand Account) (Founder)


Community Wallet

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