Yesterday, Adobe Photoshop announced that it has cooperated with NFT markets such as Opensea,nownOrigin, Rarible, and SuperRare.
At the same time, Photoshop introduced the content voucher function.
This is an open source method. Encrypt and sign the NFT image with the identity of the creator.
This allows users to connect to their encrypted wallets and verify their creations. Display their identity information to buyers on platforms such as OpenSea.
After the content voucher function is enabled, the PS will automatically capture the identity information from the creative image in the background. The creator can attach this information to the image when exporting the image.
This secure metadata provides artists with new options. Enhance people’s trust in digital content.
This new feature means that artists can directly attach ownership rights to a piece of work on the PS.
Photoshop fires the first shot against art plagiarism
When the creator creates an NFT, this information will be displayed on the NFT market. Buyers will be able to check the content credentials on the item page in the NFT market. Check whether the original address of the NFT matches the wallet address created on the PS. You can even learn more about the creator’s creation process and history in “View Verification Details”.
Although this feature may not completely prevent NFT theft, it can prove the authenticity of the art. Because this feature provides a practical way to prove that the NFT you sell is your original work rather than “plagiarism.”
At this stage, our goal for NFT is simple. How do we help creatives earn praise for their work. How do we help people who have created NFTs show their work. This provides collectors and the market with valuable information about the true creator of the artwork.Andy Parsons, Director of Content Credentials at Adobe
For collectors and buyers, having additional features further increases transparency. When creators use Photoshop, they can use content credentials to capture editing and identity information. And attach the ownership directly to the image that can be exported as NFT. This is an amazing invention.Ryan Foutty, Vice President of Business Development, OpenSea
Adobe executives praise NFT
Adobe executive Scott Belsky also discussed the broader potential of NFT this week.Belsky stated that he has never seen a more capable and coordinated creativity system than NFT.He praised NFT creators for obtaining primary sales revenue and a share of secondary sales.
However, Belsky does express concern about the possibility of a decline in the NFT market: “In fact, my view is that the NFT field will have more collapses before a greater boom.”
On Twitter, Belsky is also actively promoting the “NFT theft problem” knowledge to users. He also pointed out that “artists see that their works are copied and cast, and there is no benefit or attribution to the original artist, because it is easy to copy and paste existing artworks.”
It remains to be seen whether artists will use and implement Adobe’s solution to solve the theft problem.