Level 2 NFTs were not previously recognized by apps like Twitter.
On November 9, Optimism developers jvmi and Kelvin Fiechter released a new app called Magic Mirror that allows non-fiscal token (NFT) holders to copy or “mirror” their Optimism NFTs to the Ethereum mainnet. NFT holders can now use their Optimism NFTs in a variety of proven applications, such as the Twitter profile badge system, where previously only Ethereum Tier 1 NFTs were available.

In January, Twitter introduced the NFT badge, which allows NFT owners to verify ownership of their artwork. Verified NFTs can then be used as a profile picture on Twitter, where they are identified by a special hexagon shape. Prior to the release of Magic Mirror, NFT owners from other networks such as Optimism, Polygon or Avalanche did not have this option.

The company said that this new tool is an attempt to solve this problem, albeit only for Optimism NFT owners. Users can disable NFT on each mirror at any time instead of creating a new one each time. However, only one Optimism NFT can be placed inside the mirror at a time.

Magic Mirror is part of Optimism’s quest to win the battle between Ethereum scaling solutions. In June, a version of the stabilizer was released on the Optimism platform, and in September, 1Inch users on Optimism received a gift of 300,000 coins to encourage network usage.

Source: CoinTelegraph