NFT Step from WeTransfer

WeTransfer rolled up its sleeves to keep up with the innovations brought by blockchain technology. WeTransfer has shaken hands with blockchain platform Minima.

In the statement made on the Minima official website, it was announced that an important agreement was reached with WeTransfer on mobile NFT technology. In the statement, it was stated that the project is currently in the testnet stage and will be implemented in 180 countries in March. With this new service, NFTs will be delivered via a secure peer-to-peer network, allowing an NFT to be passed from person to person without third-party intermediaries.

Hugo Feiler, CEO of Minima, which provides NFT optimization for mobile use, made the following statements about the cooperation and NFT technology in his statement on the subject:

“This partnership will explore the practical use of NFT technology and serve as a test case to demonstrate the wider adoption potential of this innovative digital tool. This will give content creators a constructive alternative to share their digital assets and generate revenue efficiently.”

Users, on the other hand, will need to run a Minima node in order to use the service in question. To ensure the independence of the network, anyone running a Minima node for free will be able to create their own assets to share on the network, as well as collect royalties for content creators.

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