This integration is accessible for Behance creators with Phantom wallets and the feature was powered by QuickNode. Behance is the efficient showcase forum owned by Adobe. Behance declared on Monday that users can now attach their Phantom wallet to their Behance accounts and showcase Solana, SOL, nonfungible tokens, NFTs n their accounts. Phantom is a Solana wallet established for decentralized finance, DeFi, applications and NFTs. QuickNode is a Miami based Web3 infrastructure outlet that assisted to build out this aspect with Adobe on Solana.
Behance creators can exhibit their NFTs minted on the ETH blockchain within their accounts. William Allen is the vice president of Adobe directing Behance, elaborated and said that many of Behance’s users may no longer want to correlate with ETH due to problems over its increased power usage and gas expenses. Allen recently tweeted that Solana is a proof of stake, PoS, chain that deals with these problems by bringing up that a single transaction on Solana uses energy like Google search and costs a percentage of a penny.
Phantom reflected the emotion by tweeting that this integration is enormous for Solana because it enables artists and eco-friendly along with low-cost means to experiment with NFTs. Behance first encouraged its artists to attach their crypto wallets and NFTs to their Behance profile in 2021. During that time Adobe also joined hands with Rarible, OpenSea, KnownOrigin and SuperRare NFT marketplaces as part of the firm’s Content Authenticity Initiative to conserve digital creators by exhibiting provenance information. Allen further added that Solana addresses will be amplified to the Content Credentials tool in Photoshop to withstand NFT artwork getting ransacked and assure that ethical credit is bestowed. QuickNode allows Adobe to use permits to the Solana blockchain, as impeded to build and conserve of its node. As per the QuickNode website is the top Solana node employment provider and it powers more than 50 per cent of the Solana ecosystem.