The social media platform of Adobe announced the integration to support Ethereum scaling solution network Polygon to lower down the gas fees.
Adobe is an American multinational computer software company, which acquired Behance in December 2012. In October of last year, it started to introduce new feature to allow the creators of its platform to create & mint NFTs in the platform, based on the Ethereum blockchain network.
On 9 March, Behance announced its happiness to introduce the Polygon network in its system to bypass the high gas fees issues of the Ethereum network.
With the Polygon network integration, creators on Behance will be allowed to mint their NFTs with less carbon emission because of the efficient network of Polygon over Ethereum.
Polygon network and leading NFTs Marketplace OpenSea are integrated into each other. So now users of Adobe Behance will be able to mint NFTs directly on the Polygon network to OpenSea.
Will Allen, Vice president at Adobe Product, commented on this new feature for the users and said that it will be useful for the world and also for creators.
“I love Polygon’s vision of being an Ethereum scaling solution. It can help give creators the best of both worlds: the security of Ethereum as a settlement layer while providing lower gas fees and a negligible carbon footprint.”
Adobe Product president also noted that features of Metamask wallet use are also available on the platform, and already 10 thousand users are connected to the platform. He also said that he is eager to see the adoption of the platform with NFTs.
Behance’s mission is to help creatives build their careers on their terms.”
Polygon network entered the crypto Industry to provide a scaling solution to the Ethereum blockchain. Right now its native Matic is standing at 16th rank by 24 hours trading volume in the industry.
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