Host an Event
Let's look at some of the basics and then get into some details to make the best event you can!
Spaces start as a multiplayer player experience.
It is possible to create a private hangout for a single player experience or share the experience with those you share the link with.
Use the Hangout Button to create a private link
You can easily share the private hangout link after you have created the experience. Use the 'Share' button to copy the hangout link to the clipboard in order to send it to other users.
It is possible to go back to the global multiplayer experience by using the 'Global' button.
You can enter any space from the Monaverse website for multiplayer experiences, or share your private hangout link with friends. Once you share the Hangout Link with others, just paste the Hangout link in any desktop browser. We recommend Firefox, Chrome, Brave or Edge. Safari is not supported.
Make sure that you note that Safari and Web for Mobile is not supported with Mona spaces at this time. If a user tries to open a space with Safari or on a smartphone it will not work.
Users are not required to sign in and currently get a robot avatar, however they will be noted as a 'Guest #' until they sign in using a Metamask wallet.
It is possible to customise their avatar with, or without, a wallet using the Avatar button at the bottom. A wallet will allow their avatar to be saved regardless of if they clear the browser cache etc.
Customise the Avatar
Mona creates a new instance of a space after a certain number of users load into a space. So the number of users in a space is unlimited, but the number of users in the same space is currently 100.
The overall experience also depends on the computer and internet speed being used.
At the moment all voice chat and space audio in Mona is one audio output. If you want more control over the voice options then it is possible to use Twitter Spaces or a Discord channel to use Voice Chat.
It is possible to feed the audio from the computer through as a microphone input, and this opens up options for live music streams, or other event types that require custom audio. Having this feature would greatly increase the 'event' status of a space.
It is also possible to limit access to the space to those who have an NFT in a collection, a certain amount of tokens, or is part of a DAO. This is possible using Token gated Access, and for more information on this you can go to the Token Gated Access page.