Sparkles, Flare’s layer 1 oracle network’s initial NFT platform, sells 90% of Songbird’s NFTs.
Flare’s decentralized oracle will power NFT platform Sparkles.
Sparkles is the only carbon-positive NFT marketplace.
With SNFT token launch, platform will be totally decentralized.
Sparkles, Songbird’s largest open NFT marketplace, started on Flare. Flare’s first NFT platform.
Sparkles sells 90% of Songbird NFTs. Flare’s native compatibility will enable new NFT use cases for the platform. Protecting NFT IP is one. Its DOTM collection will include on-chain Intellectual licensing.
Flare’s State Connector allows secure, scalable, and trustless off-chain data storage. Flare Time Series Oracle (FTSO) lets the network supply decentralized real-world data without centralized sources.
“We are really glad Sparkles have opted to continue their NFT platform development on Flare,” stated Hugo Philion, Flare CEO and Co-founder. “We look forward to Sparkles being a community-owned platform, pushing the boundaries of NFT innovation on Flare, and supporting digital artists on their journeys,” he added.
Sparkle NFTs Environmentally Friendly
Sparkles is the only blockchain NFT marketplace that is environmentally friendly. The platform collaborates with carbon commodities leader SCB. The two firms estimate Sparkles has exceeded its 2030 net zero goal.
Sparkles is proud to lead Flare NFTs. Flare will host new artists, brands, companies, games, metaverses, and more. The future is bright for NFTs on Flare Network,” Mohamed Kanoun, the Sparkles Founder noted.
Kanoun claims the platform would become a DAO to decentralize its technology and infrastructure. The SNFT coin launch would ease the transition. In a centralized market, a decentralized NFT platform could be intriguing.
Energy-hungry NFTs are criticized. Ethereum’s proof-of-stake switch has reduced NFTs’ carbon footprint.
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