August 08, 2022
By Sharan Kaur Phillora
Omni X, the first omnichain NFT platform designed to connect and reward communities, creators and enthusiasts across multiple blockchains, announced its partnership with Findora on social media to advance privacy for NFTs.
Here’s what we know:
“This partnership with Findora allows us not only to transform the NFT space but also prepare it for its next iteration,” said Daniel Koshman, Founder of Omni X. NFTs may soon have real-world applications like proving ownership, verifying votes, and credentialization – all of which will depend on a private and interoperable network. Findora and Omni X seek to create that network.
The omnichain NFT marketplace powered by Layerzero Labs’ omnichain protocol has something for every kind of collector and creator. Retail users can interact with all of their NFTs off of multiple EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) chains, all while remaining on a single platform.
Support for non-EVM chains will be integrated around the platform’s mainnet launch, including blockchains such as Aptos, Near, and Flow. This means that bridging, sending, participating in launch pad mints, NFT collection releases, and trading on a single or multiple blockchains can all be conducted from a single location.
And on the other hand, Findora revolutionizes blockchain technology, integrating a UTXO ledger optimized for zero-knowledge proofs with an EVM extension. By parallelizing these layers, Findora lets developers leverage the utility of both models.
Findora is not only a Layer 2 scaling project nor just a private payment application, but rather a settlement layer for Web3 with native privacy and EVM programmability.
“We couldn’t be more excited for the partnership,” said Dylan Kawalec, Findora’s head of business development. “We’ve predicted the need for privacy NFTs for a long time and working with Omni X will allow us to be the first to build next-generation infrastructure for NFTs.”
About the author
Sharan Kaur Phillora’s thirst for knowledge has led her to study many different subjects, including NFTs and Blockchain technology – two emerging technologies that will change how we interact with each other in the future. When she isn’t exploring a new idea or concept, she enjoys reading literary masterpieces.