Adobe wants to anti-theft NFT Professional Elements
Adobe wants to anti-theft NFT Professional Elements

Adobe is launching an integrated Photoshop system that can be used, among other things, to prove that the NFT vendor did it.

Known as a content certificate, NFT sellers can associate an Adobe ID with their crypto wallet, so marketplaces that support NFTs can display some type of verified certificate to prove that the art is original.

According to Scott Belsky, the company's product manager, the feature is built into Photoshop and can optionally be treated as an NFT. The feature will be previewed at the end of this month.

Attribution data generated by content credentials resides on IPFS, a peer-to-peer network and protocol used to store and share data on a distributed file system, Belsky said.

IPFS is a decentralized method of file hosting where a single person's network is responsible for data security and availability, rather than a single company (similar to how torrent systems work).

The company announced that NFT marketplaces such as OpenSea, Rarible, KnownOrigin, and SuperRare can be combined into credentials to display Adobe referral information.

Art theft is a huge problem in the NFT world. There are many people who have given up examples of artwork that they did not create or are not allowed to create on the blockchain.

Photoshop will soon have the opportunity to prepare for NFT

The reason for this is that anyone can post an NFT even if they don't own the copyright to the content. The blockchain cannot prevent this situation.

Engraved works are also stored on the blockchain. If you are not familiar with the origin, you will make NFT the original.

Although the company's system does not prevent the theft of artworks. But it does provide a way to prove that the NFT you were selling was not stolen.

An NFT collector (named Pranksy) spent $300,000 to buy famous street artist Banksy's NFT, which is fake.

The company releases coupon content in beta version. Allows the user to see the changes made to the file in Photoshop. Tag photos they save through the Adobe system and more.

It should be noted that the company launched a content credibility initiative two years ago, which aims to combat misinformation and protect creators through digital resources.

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