Press release. February 4, 2021-New York, New York- sweetIn cooperation with Bitcoin.com, it has announced the launch of a highly scalable non-portable token (NFT) platform to widely distribute digital collectibles and digital goods. Using Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) and Bitcoin Cash Network (BCH), blockchain digital collectibles provide consumers and entertainment brands with unprecedented opportunities to increase revenue, create unique consumer experiences, and increase consumer engagement. An unprecedented level.
With Sweet’s solution, brands can flexibly bring digital goods to the market in a variety of ways, including purchases in existing e-commerce stores, bundled with physical products through QR codes, and social networking through web-based reservations. Giveaways, as well as rewards for completing actions, such as playing songs on Spotify or Apple Music.
The platform uses Bitcoin Cash and SLP standards for NFT.according to Tom Mizzone, founder and CEO of Sweet:
“SLP is very suitable for Sweet’s digital collectibles platform. We have studied several blockchain solutions and found that Bitcoin Cash and SLP are fast, scalable and cost-effective. Participating in the evolving SLP ecosystem, we feel Very excited.”
As consumers and entertainment brands look for new solutions in the digital space, Sweet can distribute a kind of custom-designed, digital, tradable coins and cards around the brand, and then publish on the blockchain to achieve transparent ownership and authenticity Sex.
“The future of rare, collectible goods is in the digital realm. This is reflected in the growing interest in NFTs. We are very happy to provide brands and artists with a new way to provide fans and customers with exclusive digital goods.” Said Mizzone.
Fully functional NFT wallet
of sweet The platform includes a mobile blockchain wallet for iOS and Android. The wallet has a well-designed user interface. When users interact with others and trade their collections, they will get a full experience of excitement and community, and compete for rare items. And a full set of items. Sweet’s CTO Ken Ellis, Which means:
“We have invested heavily in mass production of NFTs. We can quickly create thousands of NFTs to support major product or music distribution and events, and deliver them to the user’s SLP wallet immediately. From there, users can trade their collections with other fans and users in the app. “
Ellis carry on;
Each NFT has a unique URI associated with it, and its content is signed during the creation process. We have made these URIs public to facilitate sharing, and when the browser parses, we provide a 3D rendering of the collection and information about the current owner. “
Build to scale
Sweet’s SLP-based solutions are driving the innovation and wider adoption of NFTs.
Roger Ver, the founder of Bitcoin.com, Said:
“In the past, users were locked in a full in-app experience or a single market, but now, any Sweet digital collection can be obtained through many channels and can be traded with anyone around the world, even if they are not a Sweet user. So… For users, this means real, real ownership and can be achieved on Bitcoin Cash. We are very excited about our strategic partnership with Sweet and what it means for the collectibles market.”
Sweet has a strong appeal in the entertainment and consumer brand communities. More than 600 artists and brands live on the platform, and thousands of NFTs are lining up in the queues of fans and collectors around the world.
For more information about Sweet, please visit https://sweet.io.
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