The growing popularity of the cryptocurrency world makes us hear terms like blockchain and NFT often. Large companies continue to make significant investments in this still controversial area. The latest information is that Apple also has an initiative in this area.

Apple continues to analyze the NFT and blockchain world in detail. Apple decided to remove the NFT application Sticky from the App Store on the grounds that it misled consumers by selling NFTs that are not stored on the blockchain. However, with this move, many people think, "Does Apple have other plans?" came the question.


Apple has thousands of games in its store and earns significant income from these games. Many gaming companies are very keen on NFT and blockchain payment transactions. It seems likely that Apple will introduce some rules so that it can receive payments in this area.

There are some rumors that Apple is working on a system where it can receive payments from the App Store with the blockchains it will create. It seems likely that Apple, one of the largest technology companies in the world, would like to increase its size with such a payment method.

Apple's sensitivity in this area could be a harbinger of a strong blockchain. The company can enter this field with a reliable infrastructure. But at the moment, all these rhetoric are literally just possibilities. However, if we accept that many people use Apple, an initiative in this area will create an important pool.


What is Blockchain?

Blockchain system is not dependent on any center or person. Transactions are made by anonymous devices and are completely closed to outside interference. Blockchain distributes all the data of other internet systems to more than one device or computer instead of collecting it in one center. Thus, it prevents all external interventions to these data.

Blockchain database is open to everyone, not just its users. Thus, the control is transparent. The transactions, wallet addresses, Transaction ID and amounts registered in a block can be checked by anyone. The wallet addresses of all users of the blockchain system are recorded by the blockchain as the transaction is made, and repetitive transactions are prevented.