This guide will cover how to create whitelist raffles on Whop if you do not use Whop to process payments and don't have an NFT. All raffles are Whop are created by owning a product, so this demo will show you how to create a free product members can claim to then enter whitelist raffles.
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You can name the product whatever you'd like, it should be something that resembles a free pass.
Set the license type to Beta Key.
Add any Discord roles you'd like the users to have for owning this free beta key. Can be something as simple as whitelist raffle verified.
Click Save Changes.
The reason this is necessary is because the entire whitelist raffle system runs through a user's hub on Whop, but if a user doesn't own any product you cannot require ownership of a product when creating the raffle thus leading to the raffles not showing up for users.
Title - Set the name of the project the whitelist is for. Ex. Your raffling off 20 whitelist spots for a Doodles NFT, so give it the title "Doodles Whitelist"
Description - Give details about the whitelist raffle, such as how many spots are being raffled off or additional information about the NFT project.
Pricing - Under the License Type selector, choose Whitelist from the drop down menu.
Raffle Settings - Here you can set an image URL which will be displayed in the raffle webhook sent to your server. We'd recommend getting this image from the NFT project's Twitter page by expanding their profile icon and right clicking to find the "Copy image address" button.
To finish product creation, click the green "Save Changes" button in the top right hand corner.
Creating wallet collection field
Now you'll need to create a place on your raffle where users will be able to enter their wallet address of choice for the raffle.