Adobe is testing a new feature to help verify the authenticity of NFTs.
Global computer software company Adobe has partnered with NFT Marketplace Rarible to support digital content. A beta version of Adobe’s new “Content Credentials” feature that helps verify and protect metadata of digital content will be launched.
Rarible announced the new feature on its site earlier this week. Content creators can now easily verify ownership of digital content created on Adobe platforms. These include Photoshop, Stock, and Behance apps.
Content creators will be able to link their social media profiles and wallet addresses to the app while using Photoshop to create NFTs. With this application, it will increase the certainty that the person who created the NFT is his own work.
The feature will be made widely available in the NFT world, allowing it to verify that the NFT was minted and created by the same wallet.
Adding an address to the work done on Rarible will be publicly viewed along with the content credentials metadata on the work listed on the platform. Attribution of ownership will seem much easier.
Rarible said the following on the subject;
Adobe’s “Content Credentials” project is part of the Content Integrity Initiative (CAI), which it co-founded in 2019. The project aims to combat misinformation in online images.