WeTransfer has partnered with Minima to use its revolutionary blockchain technology, which protects the privacy of user data, to distribute NFTs. These Non-Fungible Tokens will be able to be created directly by users via smartphones or other devices.
WeTransfer chooses Minima’s blockchain technology to distribute data using NFTs
Renowned digital content sharing platform WeTransfer appears to have switched to NFTs in partnership with Minima, a blockchain technology that enables users to manage the digital rights of their intellectual property.
Essentially, with this partnership, users can generate NFTs directly from their smartphones or other devices, having full control over how and with whom they share their digital assets and efficiently collect revenue.
The Minima network is a cutting-edge blockchain technology with a global deployment that will be operational in 180 countries in March. Not only that, Minima aims to protect data privacy and put self-sovereignty at the center of everything.
In this regard, Hugo Feiler, CEO of Minima, said:
“We as a partnership look forward to supporting the development and acceleration of creativity in the digital age where individuals retain ownership and control of their work. This partnership will explore the practical use of NFT technology, something which interests not only the crypto industry, but will be a test case to demonstrate the potential of wider adoption of this innovative digital tool.”
Minima is a mobile-first blockchain protocol
Minima has created a next-generation blockchain platform that is a fully decentralized mobile-first protocol for blockchain transactions.
Its ultra-lean blockchain protocol allows each user to manage a complete build and validation node. By creating a network that is owned, managed and protected by its users, the platform allows the users themselves to be fully autonomous, while ensuring that they remain fully accountable.
The partnership with WeTransfer reflects the shared vision of both companies to seamlessly connect people and facilitate innovation and creativity without sacrificing privacy.
In this regard, Damian Bradfield, Chief Creative Officer of WeTransfer, said:
“WeTransfer is thrilled to work with Minima, whose vision is aligned strongly with ours to seamlessly connect people and facilitate innovation and creativity without sacrificing privacy.”
The latest news on NFTs
According to reports, January 2023 was a really big month for Non-Fungible Tokens, which in addition to collaborations such as the present one between WeTransfer and Minima, also saw a 42% increase in sales compared to December.
Among the most profitable blockchains are Ethereum with a sales volume of $784.87 million, followed by Solana with $150.4 million and then Cardano, ImmutableX and Polygon.
When talking about companies and the NFT sector, it is worth mentioning the ecommerce giant Ebay, which has posted a series of ads on LinkedIn looking for people interested in various positions that relate precisely to the NFT and Web3 space.
When it comes to the most emerging NFT projects, it appears that RobotEra is the most promising one for 2023.
Basically, the platform is inviting players and investors into its attractive metaverse that offers several revenue opportunities, including NFTs.