Several systems, including sticky, have a hazy definition of the word Non-Fungible Token. It was because they were misusing the word “NFT,” according to Apple. Sticky thought it wasn’t given enough time to make the necessary improvements in response.
The History of Apple and Sticky Apps
Sticky’s app, according to some, has been functioning in a gray area for some time. It used a public ledger that wasn’t mentioned in the App Store description. This isn’t the first time an NFT software has been removed from Apple’s App Store.
The removal of the applications is assisting in the clarification of best practices. Furthermore, there are so many new terminologies being introduced that it is difficult for Apple to keep track of everything. This demonstrates that they will have no tolerance for bad actors.
In the year 2020, the Sticky app debuted as a tool for producing stickers. Because that approach wasn’t commercially viable, the company switched to NFTs.
Sticky is not an “NFT” software, according to Apple, since it uses a central ledger system with no transparency. As a result, the transactions are not considered conventional NFT transactions. Many consumers agreed with Apple’s reasoning and said they made the correct decision. Sticky, on the other hand, claims that they have been unable to submit updates or problem patches and has attempted to contact Apple.