Singapore, 3 September 2021 — Amitabh Bachchan, a well-known Indian actor, producer, and TV host, is preparing to launch his first set of NFTs with BeyondLife.Club, powered by Guardian Link. The blockchain R&D firm will collaborate with the exclusive brand platform BeyondLife.Club, which is owned by Rhiti Entertainment in Singapore, to make the purchase of NFT art from Amitabh’s legacy a reality for anyone.
Taking NFT Art Around the World
This sphere provides a platform for global artists, athletes, and celebrities to launch their first-ever NFTs, a curated collection presented on a global scale. NFTs store information on a digital ledger (blockchain network), guaranteeing the authenticity of a digital asset, can be uniquely identified, and are trackable via the blockchain network, providing proof-of-ownership to its collectors.
The market for NFTs is expanding rapidly, with $2.5 billion in sales recorded in the first half of 2021. The Guardian’s extensive research team believes that now is the ideal time to enter the NFT space, as many celebrities and influencers launch exciting new projects. According to Arun Pandey, MD & Chairman of Rhiti Group, the main motivation behind this venture is to empower artists, celebs, and athletes globally while also assisting diehard fans in obtaining the purest form of the content.
Guardian Link is a one-of-a-kind project with three core components that are critical to the mainstreaming of NFTs. These three pillars are its No-Code NFT Launchpad & Marketplace, Anti.Rip technology, and Wallet Cipher solution.
No-Code NFT Launchpad and Marketplace Development
The No-code NFT launchpad enables creators to mint and sell NFTs in three minutes through their own curated launchpads. BeyondLife.Club would be the first to do so. Even with cross-blockchain and cross-marketplaces, royalties are preserved at Guardian Link. Guardian Link also enables the creation of NFT marketplaces, where NFTs can be traded in a variety of ways. It is thought to be comparable to OpenSea or Rarible.
Anti-Rip Technology is an abbreviation for Anti-Rip Technology
Anti-Rip AI SPYDER Technology monitors NFTs across the web for duplicates, rip-offs, and copycats that can taint the authenticity and negatively impact the auction. The Anti.Rip AI technology has been trained to extract NFT DNAs from their respective decentralized file systems, including Pixel, Quantization, Geometric, Fourier transform, Filtering, and Segmentation. Guardian Link keeps a record of all NFTs and shares information in the unlikely event that any duplications are discovered as a result of their constant monitoring. It also verifies the authenticity of NFTs offered to buyers.
Cipher for Wallets
Guardian Link’s wallet cipher monitors the creator’s and collector’s wallet addresses to ensure that the price of the NFTs is not manipulated. In addition, detailed real-time tracking occurs across blockchains in order to determine a trust score for their wallets. This ensures that the entire NFT commerce ecosystem is legitimate.
Founders and Staff
Keyur Patel, Co-Founder and Chairman of Guardian Link, and Ramkumar Subramaniam, Co-Founder and CEO, are leading the charge to democratize NFT commerce through incredible technology partnerships and insight into future trends. Arjun Reddy (Co-Founder & CTO), the brains behind many blockchain products, has an intuitive vision to bring dlt in real-world use cases, and Kamesh Elangovan (Co-Founder & COO), a crypto expert who has executed 50+ token launches. This blockchain-powered entity aims to protect NFTs with their Anti-Rip AI Engine while also ensuring royalties for creators across multiple marketplaces and blockchains.