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· One min read

What better way to showcase what our API can do than to build a feature on top of it. Well, that's exactly what we did this past month and are excited to showcase a no-code solution that allows anyone to create their own custom token-gated event page.

Here's what's included:

1. Offer exclusive event access for your token holders: Create your own branded token-gated event page to share with attendees. Your guests can then download their tickets as Apple Wallet or Google Pay passes. Token-gate against any ERC-721 or ERC-1155 smart contract deployed on Ethereum or Polygon.

2. Automate POAP Claims: Add your claim codes to our platform and a POAP will automatically be sent to the attendee once their ticket has been scanned and verified.

3. Scan tickets using your phone camera or the MetaMask app: Easily add multiple ticket verifiers to scan tickets at your event.

Please fill out this form, or DM us on Twitter to request access.

View the demo here.

· 2 min read

March was a month of heads-down building and connecting with other projects and venues. Here's a list of the most notable updates from this past month.

1. Integration with Cabin Creators NFT Passports: We’re excited to be working with the team to make it safer & easier for members to verify their NFTs for IRL events and spaces using Apple Wallet or Google Pay passes. This was an important milestone for us because it proved that we can integrate our service within the development flow of another product with little to no friction. The time spent adding support for testnets last month paid off here, as it allowed Cabin to use our API within their normal development flow, allowing them to test the integration before deployment for live testing. Visit for more information about Cabin Creators products.

2. Custom thumbnail photos: Based on some early feedback, we've made some updates to how pass designs can be customized. Individual passes can now have custom images displayed on them, such as the image of the NFT or the membership/event badge. You can test this feature on our live demo by simply entering the link of your image before generating your pass.

3. Mobile app demo: We’ve started to put together a mobile app in order to be able to demonstrate current and upcoming features. We implemented a barcode scanner that can be used to scan any of the demo passes generated on our site and validate ownership. You are able to see that data returned from our service after each scan, which is a good demonstration of how to use this feature process within your own product. The mobile app is built using Expo( and the source code can be found here:

Stay tuned for more updates as we continue integrating our service with other products in the space and building out a few features of our own that will make it easy for anyone to use our platform.

· One min read

We've received a lot of great feedback this past month and have been working hard to make the necessary updates to meet the needs of our early beta users. Here's a quick overview of the updates from this past month.

1. ERC-1115 Support: Users can now create a wallet pass from an ERC-721 or ERC-1155 token. A pass tied to an ERC-1155 token will remain valid as long as the user is in possession of at least one token.

2. Ethereum Testnet & L2 Support: We added support for Ethereum testnets Ropsten, Rinkeby, Görli, Kovan Testnet, alongside L2 chains Polygon, Optimism, and Arbitrum and their respective testnets. We will continue to add support for other L2 chains by request.

3. Google Pay Passes: Android users can now install passes through Google Pay.

The focus for the next month will be to build demos to show different ways of using ETHPass.

· 2 min read

Welcome to ETHPass! We are building a platform that allows you to tie any NFT to a customizable Apple Wallet pass. This idea was born out of the NFC tags that have emerged as a solution to bring NFTs into the physical world. We wanted to take this a step further and give token holders access to their NFTs with just a tap on their phones.

We have a list of ideas and use cases but our primary focus for this service is on token-gated content and events, which are becoming increasingly popular.

Here are two examples:

  1. An art gallery is hosting an event specifically for holders of a certain NFT. Instead of manually checking to make sure each attendee actually owns the NFT, the host would just scan the QR code on the attendee’s wallet pass and immediately verify ownership of the token, thus validating entry to the event.

  2. A DAO is creating exclusive content for specific token holders. They would just ask the token holders to install the pass for that token on their devices, and once they see that it has been downloaded, they immediately grant access to the content.

Security and validity are of utmost importance when using this service, and we’ve designed the platform to ensure that the passes reflect the most current status of the token at any point in time.

We are currently testing the beta version of our platform and would love to hear from you if you’re interested in trying it out. Sign up below and be sure to follow us on Twitter for more updates!