The Cardano (ADA) blockchain will be used by a new service called NFTCDN.io to fix major data transfer problems in the non-fungible tokens (NFTs) market.

NFTCDN.io protocol goes live on Cardano

According to a statement that the NFTCDN.io team posted on its social media channels, the platform is now up and running to improve and speed up the transfer of data in the NFT segment.

NFTCDN.io is making something similar to a content delivery network (CDN) for NFT marketplaces, wallets, on-chain games with integrated NFTs, and so on.

Technically, the product is all about making it easier to store content (like videos, photos, audio files, and documents), store metadata about the content, and use Web3 services that are related to the content.

NFTCDN.io works with all centralized (HTTPS, centralized cloud services), Web3-native (Arweave, IPFS), and on-chain (blockchain) platforms and ways to store content (Base64-encoded).

The first one will come out by the end of 2022.

In its first releases, which are expected by the end of the year, the platform will support common NFT image file types like JPEG, PNG, SVG, AVIF, ICO, HEIC, BMP, TIFF, and GIF.

As a result, protocols that focus on NFT will have less latency. Also, integrating NFTCDN.io, which is based on Cardano, will help cut down on transactional costs and resource costs.

Unlike most CDNs, the NFTCDN.io platform will also let you edit and watermark images that you upload.

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