Behance designers and artists using Phantom wallets may use the Solana NFT functionality, which is hosted by QuickNode.
Adobe’s creative showcase platform, Behance, said on Monday that it will include a new feature that will allow users to earn money from their ideas. Users will be able to connect their Behance accounts to their Phantom wallets and show their SOL NFTs (nonfungible tokens) on their account profiles as a result of this innovation.
The Phantom Wallet is a popular Solana-based wallet for DeFi (decentralized finance) applications and NFTs. Then, QuickNode, a Web3 infrastructure platform based in Miami, has aided in the development and design of this functionality on the Solana blockchain with Adobe.
Using this need feature, Behance designers and producers may proactively exhibit their NFTs built on Ethereum’s blockchain on their profiles. William Allen, Adobe’s Vice President in charge of Behance, commented on the breakthrough.
However, he stated on Twitter that most Behance users may be unwilling to utilize Ethereum because to its extremely high transaction (gas) fees and excessive power consumption.
He saw that digital producers may now connect their Phantom wallets and display their SOL NFTS on their Behance profiles with ease.
In his tweet, he claimed that the Solana blockchain is a PoS (Proof-of-Stake) blockchain that overcomes Ethereum’s blockchain’s shortcomings, such as high gas prices and excessive energy usage. Solana, on the other hand, requires minuscule power each transaction and is extremely cheap. As a result, it is both high-end and incredibly cost-effective.
In a tweet, the Phantom creative team replied to the cooperation. This relationship, according to the site, is “huge” for Solana’s creator economy since it gives artists access to a low-cost and environmentally safe way to test with NFTs.
Behance launched its initial attempt in October of last year, allowing its artists to connect their Phantom wallet and Nonfungible tokens to their Behance profile. Adobe had previously collaborated with OpenSea, Rarible, KnownOrigin, and even SuperRare NFT markets. This was part of the CAI (Content Authenticity Initiative) of the corporation to defend digital authors and designers by displaying provenance data.
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