Tezos (XTZ), a high-performance smart contracts platform, has been named as one of the NFT module’s launch partners.
Users can now display their NFTs on Behance.
Behance, a world-leading platform that allows creators to share their ideas, has announced that it is ready to introduce non-fungible token functionality.
Now you can showcase your #NFT artwork on Behance! Simply connect your crypto wallet from your profile to add NFTs you've minted to your Behance portfolio. You can also display NFTs inside a project. Learn more in our blog post by @williamallen: https://t.co/jCMTHclwCz pic.twitter.com/mRkKst3DLO
— Behance (@Behance) October 26, 2021
As a result, cryptocurrency users can now add their wallets to Behance to make their NFTs visible to all platform visitors.
Once connected, integrated wallets will automatically dump newly added NFTs. Tezos (XTZ), a blockchain network, will be among the first to go live within this solution.
In addition, top-tier smart contracts networks such as Polygon (ex-Matic Network, MATIC), Solana (SOL), and Flow will support the program (FLOW).
NFTs pioneering the “carbon-neutral” segment
A Content Authenticity Initiative mechanism will protect creators’ copyright. Behance will collaborate with all top-tier NFT marketplaces, including OpenSea, SuperRare, KnownOrigin, and Rarible, to support and develop this module.
For Tezos (XTZ), this is yet another milestone in its foray into an NFT segment. Tezos-based marketplace Hic et Nunc pioneered the concept of environmentally friendly digital collectibles platforms, as previously covered by U.Today.
NFT-centric products were also among the primary focus areas for Tezos Ecosystem Grant Programs, which took place in Q3, 2021.