Polygon has recently entered into an agreement with the Wakweli protocol in order to guarantee the issuance of authenticity certificates to NFT holders.
In recent months the Polygon team has managed to formalize commercial alliances with a large number of projects, protocols and companies of worldwide entity, such as Nexon, Magin Eden, Immutable X, Salesforce, Doritos, FIO Protocol, among others.
On this occasion, a new linkage with a protocol that seeks to revolutionize the field of authenticity certificates is trending, Wakweli. To this end, this Web3 infrastructure protocol aims to ensure that all digital assets on the Polygon blockchain are compatible with its own certification system.
Thus, those asset owners who are on the platform will be able to request a certificate of authenticity for each digital collectible they own.
A very useful and innovative tool that comes to offer the Wakweli protocol, it is aimed at allowing developers to access various use case scenarios through an API offered by its platform, an application data consumption interface.
Antoine Sarrauteco-founder of Wakweli, said that since 2021, when Ethereum’s network fees skyrocketed, Polygon established itself as the leading blockchain for mining digital assets, so its performance since then has been getting better and better. Today, it is home to many projects that are amazing.
On the other hand, Antoine expressed that Wakweli has been created to create a secure Web3 space across all blockchains, and they have currently managed to formalize a collaboration with Polygon.
Negotiations for this alliance began in August 2022, and the latest details of the linking of the two projects have been in March. There are rumors that the Wakweli testnet will be available in April, via the Mumbai testnet on Polygon. Then, they will probably start testing on the Polygon mainnet in Q2 2023.
Wakweli is a cross-chain project, which uses a consensus algorithm called Proof of Democracy (PoD), which aims to encourage users to review various requests for authentication certifications. The company managed to close its first investment round raising $1.1 million.
To achieve authentication, NFT developers and holders must make a certification request, and the community will then vote on the request using the PoD consensus algorithm.
Those assets that have their respective certification, have a green mark, which can be seen when displaying the assets in the respective marketplaces. This provides a guarantee that the asset has its own certificate of authenticity issued by Wakweli.
In this way, the company seeks to develop a digital ecosystem that is more secure, transparent and protected from malicious users who seek to defraud others or perform illicit activities, thus achieving a level of trust among all users of non-fungible tokens.
Written by Luciano Garriga (Tw: luchogarriga) for NFT Express.
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