General

Can I use wallets provided by Geekoid to store my personal funds?

No. 

Do not store personal funds on ANY wallets created by Geekoid Inc. The use of these wallets are for entertainment purposes only. 

In addition to the intentional seed exposure associated with game cards: “Airdrop” and “Hacker”—none of our wallets are guaranteed or should be trusted 100%. 

While we do our very best to maintain security of these wallets, due to the nature of production, it’s impossible for us to create wallets which are 100% secure. The wallets featured in this game are not immune to vulnerabilities and were not designed to serve as a personal wallet replacement. 

 

For reasons stated above, we not are not responsible for any loss of funds. 

 

Should I leave my packs sealed?

This is entirely your choice!

However, it’s important to understand and consider the time-sensitivities associated with Rush and Airdrop cards.

Please see the “How it works” page for more information on card types.  

Can Airdrop cards be hacked?

Yes!

Airdrop cards are vulnerable to attack.
Less than 10% of Airdrop cards “share” their seed phrase with a Hacker card. This means that a “Hacker” can potentially beat you to this Airdrop and restore and transfer this NFT before you can.  

Are these cards legal in my country?

Void Where Prohibited. Although Geekoid’s products are accessible worldwide, not all features, products or services discussed, referenced, provided or offered through or on our website are available to all persons or in all geographic locations, or appropriate or available for use. If you choose to use our products, you do so on your own initiative and you are solely responsible for complying with applicable local laws.

Wait.. So, are these physical cards or blockchain collectables?

Both! Booster packs contain 6 physical trading cards. Some of these cards will feature complete seeds phrases, while others contain partial seed phrases that must be combined.

Gain ownership of rare (and sometimes valuable) NFTs by restoring the wallets in which they live.

Do this by using any wallet which supports ERC-1155 tokens. (We highly recommend using Enjin digital wallet.)

Please note: Event and Pioneer cards do not contain seed phrases. 

How many first edition booster packs will be printed?

First edition booster packs are limited to 1,200. 

What's the difference between Base set and first edition packs?

Base set is comprised of a total 10,353 packs.

First edition packs are limited to 1200, making up less than 12% of the total supply of set 1.

First edition cards feature a “1” stamp on the lower part of each card which represents the first major print run. Excluding the release of additional (Event & Rush) cards, this is the sole difference between first edition cards and the remaining cards of the set.

Which web3 wallet should i use?

 While any wallet which supports ERC-1155 tokens would technically work. We strongly encourage the use of Enjin digital wallet. 

Where do you ship?

We ship worldwide to nearly 100 countries. 

We DO NOT ship to the following: Balkans, Belarus, Burma, Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iran, Iraq, Liberia, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and Zimbabwe)

 

Can I cancel my order?

Yes. If you wish to cancel your order, please do so before your item ships. Doing so will result in a full and immediate refund. 

If you wish to cancel the order after your order ships, we will unfortunately have to wait until you re-ship the item back to us before we can process the refund. 

 In the event that you’d like to return your unopened packs, we will send you a prepaid shipping label. Once the item/s are received by us, we will inspect them and process a full-refund if packs are indeed sealed and undamaged. 

Do you accept returns?

We will issue full-refunds for unopened boosters packs if return is initiated within 30 days of purchase date. We are unfortunately unable to accept returns for opened packs.

In the event that you’d like to return your unopened packs, please use the contact form to reach out and we will send you a prepaid shipping label. Once the item/s are received by us, we will inspect them and process a full-refund if packs are indeed sealed and undamaged. 

If you’re having any issues, please email us at: Geekoid.io@protonmail.com 

 

Cards

How does Geekoid choose how cards are distributed?

To maintain fairness and consistency, our team has developed software which utilizes mathematical formulas to help achieve maximum randomness. Our ultimate goal is to distribute set-1 with as little human intervention as possible. 

How many different event cards are there?

Due to the fast changing environment of the crypto-sphere, we will continue development of new event cards throughout distribution of set 1.

Please note that some events may be retired at any point.

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How rare are my cards?

Click the link below to view population and circulation details.

Total Card Supply

 

How many different sets of Rush Cards are there?

New sets of Rush cards will be released as existing Rush card tokens are claimed. For example, once Rush set 1 is claimed, printing of all set 1 assets will cease and a new Rush set will be released.

Please note: Once a Rush set’s NFT is claimed, all Rush cards of that particular set will in essence, die. The wallet connected to these cards will not hold any assets in the future.   

How can I check if a rush token has been claimed?

The Rush page will provide real-time redemption updates of each set. 

How can I leave suggestions for the team?

Please use form below to submit any suggestions. 

My Airdrop card doesn't contain a NFT, why?

There are three potential reasons why an Airdrop card may not contain an NFT.

1. It was “stolen” by a Hacker. (you’ll be able to see this in the transaction history of the wallet.)

2. You incorrectly inputted the seed phrase.

3. When the Ethereum network is severely congested, minting NFTs can literally be impossible. When congestion issues arise, we may substitute an NFT with an equal value of ETH instead.

Strategy 

How do gas fees affect gameplay?

Gas fees play a significant role in redeeming, transferring and melting NFTs.  The excitement associated with pulling an Airdrop card should not result in overlooking the importance gas fees. 

While It’s important to move Airdrop and Rush tokens before another player does, it’s also important to consider the gas fees before initiating these actions. You can easily check Ethereum gas price at anytime using available tools online. 

Once gas prices are checked, you have a decision to make: do you risk waiting for the perfect time to make your move? Or do you make your move now before another player does? 

 

What's "the trap"?

While there are many tactics that can be performed in the game, perhaps the most heinous trap in the game is when an Airdrop recipient hacks the Hacker.  

 

Here’s how it works: 

A user receives an Airdrop card and restores the wallet. Instead of transferring this token right away, they wait in silence for a Hacker to come along. Once the unsuspecting Hacker sends funds to the wallet in an attempt to transfer (or melt) the NFT, the Airdrop recipient steals the funds and transfers these to their own wallet before the Hacker has a chance to. 

The best defense against the strategy is to move quickly and only transfer the amount of funds necessary to perform the actions. For example, if it costs .001 ETH to transfer the token, you should ONLY transfer .001 ETH to this wallet. 

Please remember: The wallets associated with Airdrop or Hacker cards are vulnerable to attack. DO NOT STORE YOUR PERSONAL FUNDS HERE.

My NFT has prior transfers. Why?

To maximize security over assets, we will often use “dummy” seed phrases to keep  true phrases top secret during the production process. Therefore, this strategy  involves us moving the asset to one or two addresses prior to transfering to the final resting address.

To be clear- if an asset shows prior transfers- this does not mean that the asset is any less secure than others. This is only done as a precautionary measure to keep seed phrases as secure as possible.

Secondary market sales: Keep in mind that transfers do not indicate seed phrase exposure due to the reasons above. You should soley use the condition of the tamper-proof sticker to determine seed phrase exposure. 

We do NOT store back-ups of any seed phrases. Once an asset is sent to its final destination address, the wallet’s seed phrase will be removed from our system and destroyed. 

General

Can I use wallets provided by Geekoid to store my personal funds?

No. 

Do not store personal funds on ANY wallets created by Geekoid Inc. The use of these wallets are for entertainment purposes only. 

In addition to the intentional seed exposure associated with game cards: “Airdrop” and “Hacker”—none of our wallets are guaranteed or should be trusted 100%. 

While we do our very best to maintain security of these wallets, due to the nature of production, it’s impossible for us to create wallets which are 100% secure. The wallets featured in this game are not immune to vulnerabilities and were not designed to serve as a personal wallet replacement. 

 

For reasons stated above, we not are not responsible for any loss of funds. 

 

Should I leave my packs sealed?

This is entirely your choice!

However, it’s important to understand and consider the time-sensitivities associated with Rush and Airdrop cards.

Please see the “How it works” page for more information on card types.  

Can Airdrop cards be hacked?

Yes!

Airdrop cards are vulnerable to attack.
Less than 10% of Airdrop cards “share” their seed phrase with a Hacker card. This means that a “Hacker” can potentially beat you to this Airdrop and restore and transfer this NFT before you can.  

Are these cards legal in my country?

Void Where Prohibited. Although Geekoid’s products are accessible worldwide, not all features, products or services discussed, referenced, provided or offered through or on our website are available to all persons or in all geographic locations, or appropriate or available for use. If you choose to use our products, you do so on your own initiative and you are solely responsible for complying with applicable local laws.

Wait.. So, are these physical cards or blockchain collectables?

Both! Booster packs contain 6 physical trading cards. Some of these cards will feature complete seeds phrases, while others contain partial seed phrases that must be combined.

Gain ownership of rare (and sometimes valuable) NFTs by restoring the wallets in which they live.

Do this by using any wallet which supports ERC-1155 tokens. (We highly recommend using Enjin digital wallet.)

Please note: Event and Pioneer cards do not contain seed phrases. 

How many first edition booster packs will be printed?

First edition booster packs are limited to 1,200. 

What's the difference between Base set and first edition packs?

Base set is comprised of a total 10,353 packs.

First edition packs are limited to 1200, making up less than 12% of the total supply of set 1.

First edition cards feature a “1” stamp on the lower part of each card which represents the first major print run. Excluding the release of additional (Event & Rush) cards, this is the sole difference between first edition cards and the remaining cards of the set.

Which web3 wallet should i use?

 While any wallet which supports ERC-1155 tokens would technically work. We strongly encourage the use of Enjin digital wallet. 

Where do you ship?

We ship worldwide to nearly 100 countries. 

We DO NOT ship to the following: Balkans, Belarus, Burma, Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Cuba, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iran, Iraq, Liberia, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, and Zimbabwe)

 

Can I cancel my order?

Yes. If you wish to cancel your order, please do so before your item ships. Doing so will result in a full and immediate refund. 

If you wish to cancel the order after your order ships, we will unfortunately have to wait until you re-ship the item back to us before we can process the refund. 

 In the event that you’d like to return your unopened packs, we will send you a prepaid shipping label. Once the item/s are received by us, we will inspect them and process a full-refund if packs are indeed sealed and undamaged. 

Do you accept returns?

We will issue full-refunds for unopened boosters packs if return is initiated within 30 days of purchase date. We are unfortunately unable to accept returns for opened packs.

In the event that you’d like to return your unopened packs, please use the contact form to reach out and we will send you a prepaid shipping label. Once the item/s are received by us, we will inspect them and process a full-refund if packs are indeed sealed and undamaged. 

If you’re having any issues, please email us at: Geekoid.io@protonmail.com 

 

Cards

How does Geekoid choose how cards are distributed?

To maintain fairness and consistency, our team has developed software which utilizes mathematical formulas to help achieve maximum randomness. Our ultimate goal is to distribute set-1 with as little human intervention as possible. 

How many different event cards are there?

Due to the fast changing environment of the crypto-sphere, we will continue development of new event cards throughout distribution of set 1.

Please note that some events may be retired at any point.

.

How rare are my cards?

Click the link below to view population and circulation details.

Total Card Supply

 

How many different sets of Rush Cards are there?

New sets of Rush cards will be released as existing Rush card tokens are claimed. For example, once Rush set 1 is claimed, printing of all set 1 assets will cease and a new Rush set will be released.

Please note: Once a Rush set’s NFT is claimed, all Rush cards of that particular set will in essence, die. The wallet connected to these cards will not hold any assets in the future.   

How can I check if a rush token has been claimed?

The Rush page will provide real-time redemption updates of each set. 

How can I leave suggestions for the team?

Please use form below to submit any suggestions. 

My Airdrop card doesn't contain a NFT, why?

There are three potential reasons why an Airdrop card may not contain an NFT.

1. It was “stolen” by a Hacker. (you’ll be able to see this in the transaction history of the wallet.)

2. You incorrectly inputted the seed phrase.

3. When the Ethereum network is severely congested, minting NFTs can literally be impossible. When congestion issues arise, we may substitute an NFT with an equal value of ETH instead.

Strategy 

How do gas fees affect gameplay?

Gas fees play a significant role in redeeming, transferring and melting NFTs.  The excitement associated with pulling an Airdrop card should not result in overlooking the importance gas fees. 

While It’s important to move Airdrop and Rush tokens before another player does, it’s also important to consider the gas fees before initiating these actions. You can easily check Ethereum gas price at anytime using available tools online. 

Once gas prices are checked, you have a decision to make: do you risk waiting for the perfect time to make your move? Or do you make your move now before another player does? 

 

What's "the trap"?

While there are many tactics that can be performed in the game, perhaps the most heinous trap in the game is when an Airdrop recipient hacks the Hacker.  

 

Here’s how it works: 

A user receives an Airdrop card and restores the wallet. Instead of transferring this token right away, they wait in silence for a Hacker to come along. Once the unsuspecting Hacker sends funds to the wallet in an attempt to transfer (or melt) the NFT, the Airdrop recipient steals the funds and transfers these to their own wallet before the Hacker has a chance to. 

The best defense against the strategy is to move quickly and only transfer the amount of funds necessary to perform the actions. For example, if it costs .001 ETH to transfer the token, you should ONLY transfer .001 ETH to this wallet. 

Please remember: The wallets associated with Airdrop or Hacker cards are vulnerable to attack. DO NOT STORE YOUR PERSONAL FUNDS HERE.