NMKR ($NMKR), an early Web3 infrastructure startup, and Input-Output Global (“IOG”), the company in charge of Cardano’s research and development, have announced a collaboration to “drive awareness and adoption of NFTs.”
The First Order Of Business Is To Review NMKR’s History
Patrick Tobler (@Padierfind on Twitter), a computer science student from Stuttgart, Germany, released a simple interface for creating one’s own non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Cardano in April 2021.
Tobler Explained The Reasoning Behind The Name Change From “NFT-Maker” To “NMKR” For His Nft-Focused Startup To The Cryptonomist Last Month:
“NMKR (pronounced N Maker) is a strategic rebrand of NFT-MAKER” for better user experiences in the decentralized economy and to attract new customers.
As we transition to Web3, we will need to provide our customers with a wide range of other blockchain-based utility cases in addition to NFTs.
Our customers aren’t just interested in crypto-collectibles; they also want to know how to use them. We are ready to assist our clients in bringing their ideas to life now that we are in the Web3 era.
For the foreseeable future, we will continue to mint NFTs in the same manner.
However, as new technologies emerge, we hope to broaden our efforts to assist others in achieving their goals of developing blockchain-based products and services or incorporating blockchain technology into existing ones.
Our goal is to make decentralized systems more efficient. We intend to use blockchain technology to solve real-world problems in the future.
To us, the gaming industry and beyond represent enormous opportunities to make a positive difference.”
Tobler, NMKR’s Founder, And CEO Had The Following To Say About Their Flagship Product:
The NMKR Studio (previously NFT-MAKER PRO) is “at the heart of NMKR products,” and it “will provide easy-to-use development APIs and no-code building blocks for modular development needs on multiple blockchains, as well as support for various Web3 use cases.” Additionally, our ecosystem’s products will be built on NMKR Studio.”