NFT Certification Protocol Wakweli Enters Partnership with Polygon

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An official partnership between the Polygon blockchain platform and Wakweli, the web3 infrastructure protocol that produces certificates of validity for non-fungible tokens, has been revealed.

As a result of the agreement, Wakweli’s certification system will be interoperable with all digital assets on Polygon. Also, any NFT project holder in the chain will be entitled to request authenticity certifications for every asset they own.

The Wakweli platform and API will also provide advanced use-case scenarios for developers, such as automated certification requests upon minting or access to more accurate certification data. Also, the project will help project holders and developers, and it looks forward to working with all Polygon members to create a more secure digital ecosystem.

“Since 2021 when ETH fees skyrocketed, Polygon established itself as the go-to chain to mint assets and has performed extremely well ever since – it is now the home of incredible NFT projects,” said Antoine Sarraute, Co-Founder of Wakweli.

“We built Wakweli to create a safer web3 space across all chains, and today we are thrilled to collaborate with Polygon. This will enable Wakweli’s certification power to all Polygon users and unlock a definitive way to fight scams attempts, creating more trust in this thriving ecosystem.”

With all certified assets bearing a green checkmark, Wakweli’s community-powered protocol encourages users to examine certificate requests using a special consensus technique called Proof-of-Democracy (PoD). As assets emerge in marketplaces, this symbol is immediately displayed next to them, assuring consumers that the asset is authentic.

Several early sponsors, including VCs and angel investors, helped the protocol raise $1.1 million before striking its partnership with Polygon.

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