NFT service platform, Manifold, recently announced the launch of Manifold Studio and the completion of a seed round from leading investment firms. Manifold provides creator contracts, enabling web3 creators to have true creative ownership, preserve on-chain provenance, and interoperate with all major NFT marketplaces.
Manifold Studio is the next evolutionary step, and will combine the Manifold Creator Contract with a seamless user interface allowing creators to mint NFTs with zero coding required. With this new upgrade, users can start a contract with the click of a button. In addition, Manifold Studio has built-in support for high resolution video and images, attribute customization, video thumbnail customization, 100% decentralized permaweb storage, and compatibility with major NFT platforms.
Manifold’s creator contract service was previously only available to the world’s top artists and web3 content creators, such as Billelis, JAY-Z, FVCKRENDER, pplplsr, Refik Anadol, Slime Sunday, and Steve Aoki. However, with the launch of Manifold Studio, anyone will be able to mint NFTs.
Investment firms a16z and Initialized Capital, participated in the seed round. The amount raised has not been disclosed, but the funding will ensure that artists do not have to pay to use Manifold. In a blog post by Charles Dixon of a16z, the firm was eager to invest in Manifold, who’s team consists of Eric Diep, Richerd Chan, and Wilkins Chung. The three founders have extensive experience in gaming and a dedication to creating protocols that work for both specific NFT artists and the entire web3 community, which a16z was highly impressed by.
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