Although NFTs are represented as a line of code and a picture, they can be quite exciting. However, they are changing the way that we collect art and display media. According to CoinMarketCap, avatars are the most used NFT. These images are small images of characters and are often used for profile pictures on places like Twitter. NFT Profile Pictures (Profile Pictures), are extremely sought-after and collectible. It gives us insight into our deeper natures on a sociological level.
You are assumed to own an avatar NFT if you display it. Is this to stop users taking screenshots NFTs and using them for avatars? This is where one company is leading the charge. MyNFT.fyi has created an app that allows NFT PFP holders the ability to verify ownership of their on-chain avatars.
It takes only a few seconds and allows NFT holders to publicly claim ownership. The tool allows anyone to click on the NFT avatar uploaded to Twitter and a certificate of ownership will appear. DeFi.org adopted the company as part of its accelerator in order to market, promote, and push the idea.
DeFi.org is a company whose sole purpose is to assist in the creation of new, innovative protocols and projects. It mentors, funds and injects liquidity into projects, as well as exposing them to market players. It is currently working with MyNFT in order to reach a large audience.
Twitter appears to be up to the task, as it already offers its users a way to verify their NFT avatars. Youtube and Discord could follow their lead. It is likely that users will push for it.
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