Wetransfer, a leading file transfer service, announced Monday that it is working with blockchain platform Minima to offer a non-fossil token (NFT) minting product in March Wetransfer’s announcement detailed that users utilizing Minima’s cooperative will be able to mint NFTs from their mobile devices and computers.
Wetransfer and Minima’s partnership aims to bring NFT minting to mobile and desktop devices
On February 6, 2023, file-sharing companyWetransferwas founded in 2009 and revealed its entry into the NFT industry; Wetransfer is a block Chain Project
announced its partnership with Minima
, a decentralized communication network to be launched in March; users of Minima’s technology will be able to cast NFTs and share them peer-to-peer, and creators will be able to collect royalties on their NFT creations can collect royalties on their NFT creations.
Damian Bradfield, Chief Creative Officer of Wetransfer, said on Monday, “Wetransfer is strongly aligned with our vision of seamlessly connecting people without sacrificing privacy and fostering innovation and creativity. We are excited to be working with Minima, which is strongly aligned with our vision of connecting people seamlessly without sacrificing privacy and fostering innovation and creativity.”
Blockchain platform Minima and its teamclaim they are “the only mobile-native layer 1 blockchain”. The platform’s website highlights the upcoming launch of Minima Token (MINIMA), claiming it is a “fully distributed network with no single point of failure” that has been verified by “hundreds of thousands of nodes.” The company’sdocumentincludes step-by-step instructions on how to run Minima nodes on Android 9 and above.
“As a partnership, we look forward to helping develop and accelerate creativity in the digital age, where individuals retain ownership and control of their work.” Hugo Feiler, CEO of Minima, said in the announcement.” This partnership will explore the practical application of NFT technology, something that will serve as a test case to demonstrate the potential for wider adoption of this innovative digital tool, not only in the crypto industry.”
Wet Transfer’s entry into the NFT industry follows Ebay’s recent acquisition of NFT marketplace Knownorigin and the company’s foray into the digital collectibles space; Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are also NFT technology Wetransfer NFT through Minima will be free, but users will need to run a node; Minima’s nodes can run on Android 9 or higher phones, as well as Windows, Mac (desktop), Linux (desktop), and Linux servers to run on.
Image credits: Shutterstock, Pixabay, Wiki Commons