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Adobe’s Behance Adds Solana NFT Capability Via Phantom Wallet  

Adobe’s Behance Adds Solana NFT Capability Via Phantom Wallet  

From today, Behance is offering users of the Solana blockchain the ability to showcase their proprietary NFTs by connecting their Phantom Wallets directly to Behance. 

Behance is a powerful force in the creative field. With over 10 million users, Adobe’s social media platform allows creative artists to showcase their work, find projects and for others to discover creative work. It seems only natural then that Behance would dive into the digital art world by showcasing some of the most creative and interesting NFTs pieces out there, created on Solana.

Ethereum is known as being the most reliable network for users to mint NFTs, however the benefits of using Solana are clear. Solana, a Proof of Stake network, is known for being one of the most energy efficient blockchains out there. In fact, one transaction on Solana uses the same energy as conducting a Google search, and offers users minimal transaction fees too.

Behance does showcase Ethereum based NFTs, however it is emphasizing the importance of minting and transacting on more energy friendly chains. According to Behance, “It’s simple for a creative to mint a 1/1 on Solana using tools like holaplex and even set up their own store.”

There are other options mentioned too, according to Will Allen, VP of Product in his Twitter thread, “For the more technically inclined, @metaplex gives you full technical control, and @solana NFT marketplaces like @MagicEden_NFT and @formfunction feature many artists and creatives”

Behance also mentioned their intensive collaboration with QuickNode, who helped them build the Solana compatible integration feature on the platform. QuickNode is a Web3 developer haven for building APIs, and highly scalable applications. It features a console for simple development and allows users to run Testnet or Mainnet  through their API with compatibility across Ethereum, Polygon, Bitcoin, Optimism, Fantom, Solana, Celo, Terra, Arbitrum, BSC and xDai nodes. 

 

Protecting Creators’ Ownership

Behance has also focused heavily on protecting ownership over NFTs from being stolen or copied. They do this by allowing owners or creators to add tamper-evident artwork provenance to your images in Photoshop. When publishing to places like Behance. The creator will be able to add their own Solana address to the PS Content Credentials tool to retain credit ovr artwork. Behance has more in the pipeline, which covers additional showcasing options across multiple chains and notifications to creators if their work is stolen. Watch this space.


Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

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