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File transfer giant Wetransfer joins NFT Industry, partnering with blockchain platform Minima for the March launch of minting product – Blockchain

The file transfer service provider Wetransfer announced on Monday that it is using the Blockchainplatform Minima is collaborating to launch a non-fungible token (NFT) Minting product. Wetransfer’s announcement details that users leveraging the Minima cooperative will be able to mint NFTs from a mobile device or computer.

Wetransfer and Minima’s partnership aims to bring NFT Minting to mobile and desktop devices

On February 6, 2023, file-sharing company Wetransfer, founded in 2009, announced its entry into the NFT industry. Wetransfer announced a partnership with the blockchain project minimums, a distributed communications network scheduled to launch in March. Users using the cooperative Minima technology can mint NFTs for peer-to-peer sharing, and developers can collect royalties on their NFT creations.

“Wetransfer is excited to be working with Minima, whose vision strongly aligns with ours of seamlessly connecting people and fostering innovation and creativity without sacrificing privacy,” said Damian Bradfield, Wetransfer’s chief creative officer, on Monday.

Blockchain platform Minima and its team insist they are “the only mobile-native Layer 1 blockchain.” The platform’s website highlights the upcoming launch of a Minima token (MINIMA) and claims to be a “fully distributed network with no single point of failure” validated by “hundreds of thousands of nodes”. The company’s documentation provides step-by-step instructions for running a Minima node on Android 9 and later.

“As a partnership, we look forward to supporting the development and acceleration of creativity in the digital age, where individuals retain ownership and control of their work,” said Hugo Feiler, CEO of Minima, during the announcement. “This partnership will explore the practical use of NFT technology, which will not only interest the crypto industry, but will be a test case to demonstrate the potential for wider adoption of this innovative digital tool.”

Wetransfer’s entry into the NFT industry follows Ebay’s recent acquisition of NFT marketplace Knoworigin and the company’s expansion into the digital collectibles space. Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have also engaged with NFT technology. While Wetransfer NFTs will be free via minimums, users will need to run a node. In addition to mobile phones running Android 9 and higher, Minima nodes can run on Windows, Mac (desktop), Linux (desktop) and Linux servers.

What impact do you think Wetransfer’s entry into the NFT industry will have on the future of digital collectibles? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

File transfer giant Wetransfer joins NFT Industry, partnering with blockchain platform Minima for the March launch of minting product – Blockchain, Crypto Trading News

Jamie Redman

Jamie Redman is the news director at News and a Florida-based financial technology journalist. Redman has been an active member of the cryptocurrency community since 2011. He has a passion for bitcoin, open source code and decentralized applications. Since September 2015, Redman has written more than 6,000 articles for News about today’s emerging disruptive protocols.

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