- Unifty and Moonbeam have partnered to add no-code NFTs to Polkadot.
- Moonbeam users can now mint and create DeFi and yield farms without coding.
- Also, Moonbeam users can use Unifty’s bridge and swap services.
Unifty and Moonbeam have integrated to enable no-code non-fungible token (NFT) minting and mining on the Polkadot network. In fact, the integration will allow Moonbeam users to easily mint NFTs and set up DeFi and yield farms.
Notably, Unifty is a no-code NFT ecosystem of customized creator-owned NFTs on several platforms including Ethereum (ETH). Also, the protocol supports tools that enable creators to build powerful NFT based dApps. Thus, paving the way for creating a strong bond between creators, their customers, fans, and the community at large.
Plus, users can use Unifty’s ridge and swap services, as well as its NFT marketplace.
As such, the integration will support NFT minting, interactions, and trading to create a full ecosystem.
Speaking of the integration, Moonbeam founder Derek Yoo noted,
“NFTs are essential to enable the technology that powers the growing creator economy. However, many creators are not developers. Unifty provides creators with a turnkey set of tools for efficiently creating NFTs and engaging their users around them.”
On the other hand, Moonbeam is a Polkadot-based Ethereum compatible smart contract platform. In fact, Moonbeam is sometimes referred to as “Ethereum on Polkadot” due to its Ethereum-esque developer experience.
Specifically, Moonbeam enables the building of natively interoperable applications. While also supporting Ethereum’s Solidity smart contracts and dApps with minimal changes. In addition, Moonbeam supports Ethereum features like EVM, Metamask, and Ethereum address schemes.
Notably, this partnership will help introduce no-code NFTs to the Polkadot parachain. As a parachain, Polkadot is the first truly interoperable blockchain. As such, Polkadot users will now be able to use Unifty to create immutable NFTs with additional functionality.
Also, the integration comes at an opportune time as NFT adoption is still rising. However, creators are looking for a cheaper and more eco-friendly alternative to Ethereum.