Software giant Adobe is trying to make it easier for non-fungible token makers or NFT makers to prove that they are the artist behind their work by linking social media profiles and crypto wallet addresses.
26, the NFT marketplace Rarible announced that it wanted to enter into a partnership with Adobe that would enable token creators to reveal the content credentials of software companies in order to verify the authenticity of content. According to Adobe, the feature can add NFT creator wallet addresses and social networking information to the Content Credentials metadata of tokens listed on Rarible, helping “combat misinformation created through attribution and verifiable truth.” of the contents are fake “.
As a member of Adobe’s Content Validation Initiative alongside the BBC, Getty Images, Microsoft, and Nikon, Rarible still seems to have the option for NFT creators to keep a pseudonym and choose to view the content in full real-world social media profiles.
The identity of the buyers behind Beeple’s $ 69 million purchase of NFTs in March remained unknown until a decision was made to disclose their identities.
Related: Piracy and NFT: How Artists Can Protect Themselves
According to data from DappRadar, Rarible is the eighth largest NFT marketplace by daily trading volume, which was reported at $ 393,910 at press time. However, the platform’s trading volume has declined significantly since its high of $ 2.5 million in April. OpenSea has a balance sheet of over $ 58 million, surpassing SuperRare at $ 1.3 million.