DeFi.org is excited to announce the release of MyNFT.fyi - a tool for PfP (profile picture) NFT verification!
As Twitter is still trying to wrap their heads around how to do a PfP NFT verification, we at DeFi.org already have a working solution, free of charge, for the benefit of the crypto community -
MyNFT.fyi is an easy-to-use tool for showcasing your NFT profile image with a complete on-chain proof of ownership.
Check it out Here.
A Simple On-chain Verification Process
With PfP NFTs fast becoming the new Twitter blue check-mark for CT (Crypto Twitter), we can already see the imminent surge of impostors, impersonators, scam accounts, bots or just trolls, trying to use this latest craze as an attack vector.
Up until now, proving NFT ownership was a time-consuming, cumbersome task.
Well, not anymore: Where there’s a need - there’s DeFi.org!
We just couldn't pass on this excellent opportunity to showcase our abilities, and together with the experts from the Orbs team we came up with this elegant, yet simple, solution: MyNFT.fyi!
In a few simple steps, MyNFT.fyi allows you to quickly verify ownership of your NFT profile image (or any other NFT) by entering your Opensea NFT URL and signing off with your Ethereum address. Once done you will be able to share your certificate for all of CT to see!
Join The Community - Verify Your NFT!
Twitter is the main social media platform for everything about crypto and NFTs. It is an important forum for people to learn and discuss these issues. Therefore, having a verifiable tool for people to express their digital identities as well as showcase it to the world is super important. That is exactly why we at DeFi.org decided to undertake this challenge and create MyNFT.fyi.
So what are you waiting for?!
Whether you have a Pudgy Penguin, a Cryptopunk, Bored Ape, or just a rock, go ahead and prove it using MyNFT.fyi to earn bragging rights!
On January 11, Orbs and Binance exchange announced that they are teaming up to promote innovation in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space by serving as the first core sponsors of the DeFi.org accelerator, which bootstraps new projects and DeFi protocols. A few months later, Moonstake, a top 5 global staking provider, also joined the accelerator as a partner. Recently, Revault, a top DeFi project that maximizes vault strategies, also announced that they will be joining as a DeFi.org partner.
The DeFi.org Accelerator is dedicated to supporting research, development of open-source software, and community engagement. The accelerator looks for projects that are built on the principles of fair distribution, community ownership, innovation, responsible approach to risk, sustainable economics and composability with the broader ecosystem.
DeFi.org’s latest project release is the Twitter Trends Dashboard - a real-time statistics on DeFi tweets to learn what’s really going on CT, developed in collaboration with the Orbs team.
To date, four projects have been chosen to participate in the DeFi.org accelerator program, these are: Benchmark Protocol, Peanut, Tozex and Revault Network. The DeFi.org mentors are now working on finalizing the 2nd batch of projects to be chosen to enter the accelerator. Participants get a variety of benefits, including mentorship, funding opportunities, and market exposure.
Interested teams can apply to participate at https://defi.org/