Rarible and Adobe form partnership aimed at protecting NFT creators

Rarible and Adobe form partnership aimed at protecting NFT creators

The Adobe feature can add an NFT creator’s wallet address and social media information to the metadata of tokens listed on Rarible, helping “to fight misinformation with attribution and verifiable truth of content.” Software giant Adobe is trying to make it easier for nonfungible token, or NFT, creators to prove they are the artists behind their work by linking social media profiles and crypto wallet addresses.In a Tuesday announcement, NFT marketplace Rarible said it would be partnering with Adobe, allowing token creators to display the software company’s content credentials to verify the....


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