NFTs have introduced a revolutionary new mechanism for content providers and digital artists to increase their value by interacting directly with their followers. Additionally, It has contributed to the rich legacy of digital works visible and accessible to all.
In the art world, history refers to an item’s source, and NFTs extend its origin to the virtual domain, that is an fascinating and special step towards protect consumers, sellers and artists in this increasingly digital space.
OpenSea has partnered with Adobe to introduce ‘Content Credentials’, that gives OpenSea users access to new features that add more transparency and texture to an item’s history and make digital origins easier to follow.
Content Credentials works like a novel technology that allows Adobe users to link their crypto wallets and validate products at the source level, with their identities clear to OpenSea buyers.
Artists can now claim copyrights of work directly on Photoshop. This information is displayed on OpenSea when an NFT is created by the creator. Purchaser can check the ‘Content Credential’ section of the OpenSea item page to figure out whether the wallet address used to create the piece on Adobe Photoshop and the NFT’s source address match, and after that click on ‘View details on verify’ for receiving further information about the process.