Adobe’s Behance Introduces Solana and Phantom Integration

By integrating the Solana and Phantom blockchain, Adobe is making it easier for brands to ensure their designs are not copied or re-sold. This is an exciting yet necessary step in solving problems plaguing designers today.

Adobe, the computer software behemoth, is pursuing its objective of incorporating blockchain technology into its apps. This time, it’s integrating Solana with Behance, its social networking platform for promoting creative work.

Users may now link a Phantom wallet to Behance and add Solana NFTs to their profiles, according to the new upgrade. The new upgrade allows makers to begin connecting with emerging technologies while also allowing them to do it in an effective and environmentally responsible manner.

Users may already add non-fungible tokens based on Ethereum to Behance’s platform. However, mounting environmental concerns, as well as exorbitant transaction fees, have led many consumers to steer away. As a result of the new Solana support, these concerns are no longer a concern.

We’re looking forward to NFTs being incorporated into platforms like @Behance. Artists will have a low-cost and environmentally responsible option to experiment with NFTs and display their work.

This is fantastic news for the #Solana creative community! https://t.co/Hb8LkqQAzf

March 7, 2022 — Phantom (@phantom)

Adobe will also expand its content credentials tool to include Solana NFTs in addition to this additional feature. They created an initiative to combat the rising issue of NFT fraud. As a consequence, users will have an extra layer of security to safeguard their work from shady dealers.

Adobe has teamed up with Quicknode, a Miami-based Web3 infrastructure expert, to make this all feasible. A business with extensive expertise developing and operating blockchain-based initiatives, making it ideal for Adobe’s NFT ventures.

 

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