I’m wondering if this would be possible. You have an event on your domain that you’d like to charge for. You want to use the marketplace to sell a ticket. Would that work? Someone buys a ticket and presents it to you at your domain and they are invited in to your event.
What are the challenges here? What is possible and what isn’t? Why will this never work? Why is this super easy and can totally work?
The idea is to keep everything connected to High Fidelity in both desktop and HMD mode. So, no Eventbrite solution, no email, nothing external.
This is more than just curiosity: I’m actively looking for a solution I can use. I’m not a software developer and don’t write any code. But I’m willing to hire someone who is, if this is do-able.
I’m also just looking to learn more about what we can and can’t do in the current version of HiFi. I suspect there are many of us out there interested in this question.
Some initial thoughts to spark the conversation:
I’m assuming the ticket is a 3D model that either looks like a ticket or like something representative of a ticket.
Clearly we don’t want a user to be able to re-rez an infinite amount of usable tickets, or be able to give them away. One purchase gets one ticket, used once, by one person.
Lets assume we want anyone (owning a ticket or not) to be able to visit the domain but only ticket holders are allowed access to a part of that domain (an interior of a building just for example).
Thanks for any ideas on this!