Tron has formed a strategic partnership with the NFT social platform called DeFine last week. The latest integration will explore the Tron ecosystem and enable all creators including artists, musicians, influencers, gamers, and athletes to engage and interact with their fanbase with digital assets such as non-fungible tokens and social/fan tokens.
Users and creators across the world will now be able to leverage Tron’s network which facilitates high transaction speed and minimal fees. According to the official press release, DeFine is all set to work with the blockchain network Tron as well as blockchain enterprise, APENFT for the purpose of sourcing valuable NFTs in the global marketplace.
DeFine also plans to utilize the network’s high throughput, high scalability, and high availability for all Decentralized Applications [DApps] of the TRX ecosystem. The platform also aims to position its unique social profile system to the TRX ecosystem with the strategic partnership.
Tron plans to take NFT space to new heights
Since launching the first NFT standard TRC-721, the Justin Sun-led blockchain network has made several notable strides in the territory that has been raging with billions of dollars. One of the main objectives behind the network’s jump to the NFT space was to streamline comprehensive and efficient infrastructure to convert artworks as NFTs on the blockchain.
Following the announcement, DeFine highlighted on future possibilities and growth of the two entities involved and went on to state that,
“After the integration with Tron, we will explore providing special badges for the TRX ecosystem users and expand our partnership with the services to provide additional perks for the badge holders. We look forward to the growth of both communities through the integration and partnership with Tron!”
Sun said that he was thrilled to announce the integration of the social NFT platform network and added that he looks forward to seeing the growth of the marketplace as “DeFine and APENFT cooperate to take NFT’s to new heights.”