WeTransfer, the world’s leading file transfer service company, has joined forces with Minima to empower creators worldwide with Digital Rights Management for their intellectual property. This will occur through NFTs that users can generate directly from any device, including their phones. Thus, offering them complete control over how they share their creations and collect revenue.
Minima made the exciting announcement on February 7th, revealing a partnership that harnesses the power of their groundbreaking blockchain protocol. With data privacy and self-sovereignty at its core, NFTs will be deployed on Minima’s network, which is set to go live next month for users from 180 countries worldwide.
Both Platforms Have A Shared Vision
The partnership is due to both parties shared vision to facilitate innovation and creativity and to seamlessly connect individuals without sacrificing privacy.
According to Damian Bradfield, Chief Creative Officer at WeTransfer, it’s thrilling to partner with Minima as both entities have an aligned vision. Furthermore, the choice of Minima made sense as its peer-to-peer network allows individuals to share data without the need for third-party intermediaries. Thus, empowering its users to create revenue from their digital assets and receive revenue over the lifetime of their digital creations.
Minima prides itself on being a next-generation blockchain that is set to shape the future of Web3 development. According to Hugo Feiler, the CEO of the protocol, this partnership allows Minima to support “the development and acceleration of creativity in the digital age where individuals retain ownership and control of their work.” He goes on to add that “This partnership will explore the practical use of NFT technology, something that interests not only the crypto industry, but will be a test case to demonstrate the potential of wider adoption of this innovative digital tool.”