Rarible Protocol And Adobe’s Behance Add Tezos Development And Integration

by | Oct 29, 2021 | Adoption, Latest

The Rarible Protocol can now be deployed on Tezos, extending their current protocol to be functional to Tezos.

Adobe’s Behance, a social media platform designed to showcase and discover creative work with over 10 million members will also be connecting to the Tezos blockchain.

Rarible Protocol

Rarible Protocol DAO have announced that the Rarible Protocol can now be deployed on Tezos. In a Twitter announcement, it was stated:

Big News! Rarible Protocol can now be deployed on @tezos – sustainable blockchain with low fees and strong NFT community. 100% open source. Thanks to the Tezos community who made the integration possible. Stay tuned for more updates, and start building on Tezos now!

Although this news story is still developing, it initially looks like Rarible are extending their current protocol functionality to Tezos, potentially allowing for ‘multi-chain ownership, deep royalties, and a wider NFT toolset‘.

Nomadic Labs, who work on the Tezos core protocol have been helping Rarible Protocol with technical support on the Tezos integration.

A further announcement with more details is expected soon.

Behance

Adobe’s Behance, a social media platform designed to showcase and discover creative work and who have over 10 million members also broke a story stating that NFTs can now be showcased on their platform.

Behance are also creating with the help of The Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) an open-source standard that allows artists to attach artwork provenance to their creations.

Initially, Ethereum will be supported, but after this they will also integrate Tezos, Polygon, Solana and Flow into the platform.

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