Adobe’s social media platform — Behance, the world’s largest creative network is getting in on the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) action. This platform is a place for creators to showcase their work to the masses, an online portfolio or galley so to speak.
In detail, Behance is working on connecting with multiple blockchains including Tezos. The Adobe platform is hoping to offer a space for NFT artists to showcase their beautiful, breathtaking, and thought-provoking NFTs.
To highlight, Behance saw over 160 million users visit their site over the last year. These visitors simply visit to view the creative works showcased. In fact, over the last year, these 160 million visitors viewed creatives over 2.25 billion times.
Now with the NFT boom, it is clear that these NFT artworks deserve a place to be proudly displayed to the world. So, what better way to display the definition of digital creativity than to display it on the world’s largest creative network?
Behance can then display provenance data from the Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI).
In order to display their NFTs on Behance, holders will be able to connect their crypto wallets right onto Behance and proceed from there. As a bonus, creators can sell subscriptions on Behance to give access to workshops, live streams, and tutorials.
It is likely that once the blockchains are connected with Behance, there will be a huge flood of NFTs on the platform. In particular, Tezos will have much to offer. Due to its sustainable and scalable nature, Tezos has garnered many NFT-centric partnerships. To name a few, McLaren Racing, Red Bull, Art Basel, and many more are some of Tezos’ latest partnerships.