QuickNode hosts the Solana NFT service, which is available to Behance designers and creators who have Phantom wallets.
On Monday, Behance, Adobe’s creative showcase site, announced the addition of a new tool that will help users make money from their designs. Users will be able to link their Behance accounts to their Phantom wallets and see their SOL NFTs (nonfungible tokens) displayed on their account profiles as a result of this innovation.
One of the most popular Solana-based wallets for DeFi (decentralized finance) apps and NFTs is the Phantom Wallet. Then there’s QuickNode, a Miami-based Web3 infrastructure platform that worked with Adobe on the Solana blockchain to create and build this feature.
This required feature allows Behance designers and creators to proactively exhibit their NFTs built on Ethereum’s blockchain on their profiles. William Allen, the Vice President of Adobe who manages Behance, commented on the invention.
However, he stated on Twitter that most Behance users may not want anything to do with Ethereum due to its extremely high transaction (gas) fees and excessive power usage.
Digital designers can now connect their Phantom wallets and display their SOL NFTS on their Behance profiles, according to him.
He explained in his tweet that the Solana blockchain is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain. Of course, that addresses issues with Ethereum’s blockchain, such as excessive gas fees and energy usage. Solana, on the other hand, uses very no power each transaction and is extremely cost-effective. As a result, it is both high-end and cost-effective.
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