Adobe, the maker of the world’s biggest digital creative program, is leaning towards non-fungible assets.
Consumers can connect their Adobe accounts and Content Credentials to social network accounts or cryptocurrency wallets. If individuals trade their artwork as NFTs, the markets will be allowed to display a certificate authority premised on the Adobe-verified credentials. The certifications will also be connected to Adobe’s portfolio site, Behance.
To publish the information on their networks, Adobe has worked with NFT platforms KnownOrigin, OpenSea, Rarible, and SuperRare.
According to an Adobe blog entry, a new capability in Adobe Photoshop will enable artists to establish that they are the authors of art on NFT platforms.
Content Credentials, as the function is known, can collect and save identity data as a picture is altered in the software. The function is voluntary, and the corporation has developed a webpage wherein image credentials could be checked.
Adobe Chief Product Officer Scott Belsky told Decoder that before the end of the month, Photoshop will include a “prepare as NFT” option enabled by the Inter-Planetary File System. Belsky stated that the functionality will be provided in trial since it is not yet complete.
According to Belsky, Adobe is reacting to user demand. Artists argue that even if they mint their paintings created using Adobe software as NFTs, others can mint replicas and that there is no way to establish who really is the originator, he stated.
The Content Credentials functionality is currently under the testing phase for Photoshop users. The new features were unveiled at Adobe Max, the corporation’s annual convention.