Adobe now allows Now Non-Fungible Token (NFT) collectors to know both the minter and the creator of the art piece.
One of the world’s most popular art creation and editing software companies, Adobe is taking cognisance of the rise of NFT.
NFTs have the ability to prove the ownership of any creator, protecting intellectual property. That’s why Adobe also integrated the technology with its products.
The company has introduced a new feature called Content Credentials, according to a blog post. It provides information about the actual creator of an art piece through NFT. The feature will be available to all Creative Cloud subscribers.
Content Credentials can also capture editing information and identity information from a working image on Photoshop.
Moreover, the feature is not restricted to just credentials. Users can link their social media handles and crypto wallet addresses to their work in the Photoshop desktop app.
The company also launched a website where the credentials of images can be verified. Also, Adobe Stock assets now include Content Credentials automatically.
Adobe has partnered with the NFT marketplaces KnownOrigin, OpenSea, Rarible, and SuperRare to display Content Credentials for proving the authenticity of the work and credits to the creator by “allowing collectors to see if the wallet used to create an asset was indeed the same one used to mint.”
Any image with Content Credentials attached to it will also be available on Behance.
By the end of the month, Adobe Photoshop will have a “prepare as NFT” feature backed by the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), Adobe Chief Product Officer Scott Belsky told Decoder.
The feature will be available in preview, as it is not completely ready, Belsky explained.
NFTs have ushered in a new era wherein creators can shield their intellectual property and also monetize it. Moreover, they contain the spread of misinformation by identifying whether something is a deepfake or not.
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