Adobe Brings A NFT Feature To Photoshop Later This Month


Adobe, the creator of digital creator software Photoshop and other tools, is preparing to enter the NFT market. The company will not issue a new collection or anything like that, though. Instead, Adobe’s Photoshop will receive a new feature to support NFT verification cross trading platforms. 

Adobe Gets In on The NFT Action

  • Adobe is enhancing Photoshop with a new feature by the end of this month.

  • Through the feature, artists can prove artwork ownership and creation on NFT marketplaces.

  • The feature is called “Content Credentials” and captures identity data while editing images stored as metadata.

  • Photoshop users are not required to use the option, but it is there for those who want to use it.

  • It is possible to link Adobe accounts and Content Credentials with social media profiles and cryptocurrency wallets.

  • Any art sold as NFTs after this connection is made will have a digital certificate featuring Adobe-verified credentials.

  • So far, Adobe has partnered with major NFT marketplaces, including OpenSea, SuperRare, Rarible, and KnownOrigin.

  • Photoshop users can select the “Prepare as NFT” feature for any artwork they create.

  • IPFS powers that feature, or Inter-Planetary File System, to guarantee accessibility without a central point of failure.

  • The move by Adobe comes after outspoken artist demand for a feature to prevent the minting of imitations and help prove who the original creator is.

  • For now, Content Credentials will remain in beta mode, as further tweaking and testing is required. 

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