Cere Network, a decentralized data cloud, or DDC, has announced the launch of its Web3 media platform called DaVinci. The platform is distributed on the Polygon Network (MATIC) and will receive support from Polygon NFT and the game division of Polygon Studios. Ceres’ stated mission is to provide more secure storage of non-fungible token (NFT)-backed assets and provide truly verifiable decentralized data.

DaVinci is a revenue-generating platform for NFT-based live experience content that aims to facilitate decentralized data and non-perishable value transfers, or NFTs. The platform, powered by Ceres DDC, allows customized content to be transferred to NFT holders via smart contracts. It takes advantage of Cere Freeport, an NFT mining platform deployed by Polygon, to mine and sell functional NFTs that provide access to exclusive content.

Sandeep Neilwal, co-founder of Polygon, shared a statement that only the tip of the iceberg has been explored when it comes to NFT opportunities.

“With DaVinci, artists and fans alike can achieve and access so much more, better realizing the potential of blockchain for mainstream consumers. Artists and brands get more revenue from their unique content, while fans get a better experience and their assets are safely delivered. »
According to the company, some of the benefits the DaVinci platform hopes to offer to creators are getting a share of the royalties from any sales and a way to continuously deliver exclusive new content. Artists will also have access to audience research and analysis tools to customize their content for NFT owners and fans.

In addition, the platform plans to offer features such as enterprise branding experiences, support for multiple payments, and pre-integrated depo wallets. Users can look forward to announcements about upcoming artists, performers, and partner brands.

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Polygon recently completed a $450 million funding round led by Sequoia Capital India to expand expansion solutions. In addition, the Polygon network that was chosen to run the Web3 protocol for social media was created by Aave, a DeFi lending platform.

Source: CoinTelegraph