Express Protocol Focuses on NFT Tech for Web2 Projects

Express Protocol is now building up partnerships with new apps and collections.
  • Express Protocol offers a speedier solution for NFT features.
  • The protocol offers multi-chain smart contracts and SDK to build NFT infrastructure.
  • With Pandora and Express Protocol, Web3 projects can add marketplaces to their app in hours.

Express Protocol is a niche solution for NFT tech, offering all the elements to add item ownership for Web2 projects. The NFT stack includes minting, as well as marketplace building. 

Express Protocol is now adding NFT projects, and is boosting the recent trend of free mints for publicity and marketing purposes.

The one thing that differentiates Express Protocol is the ability to offer phygital NFT, or a mix between physical and digital items. The mix of physical items and a digital NFT offers originality protection and a new tool for trading.

Express Protocol is a product of Pandora Protocol and a partner of Unity Market, which offers more tools for NFT visibility and liquidity. Express is a relatively new addition, tapping the experience of Pandora in terms of outreach, games and social media access.

Pandora and Express Protocol Target Web3 Developers

The Express Protocol SDK is already available to developers, with tools to build mints, auctions and a trading platform for NFT. The package averages 50 weekly downloads suggesting more demand for NFT creation. 

Express and Pandora also offer grants and financing for teams with applications open.

Express Protocol offers pre-made smart contract templates and token formats, compatible with multiple blockchains. The hub itself has no blockchain of its own. To save on gas and batch transactions, Express Protocol also offers off-chain functionalities still tied to smart contracts.

Express Protocol is open source and has gone through multiple reviews and audits. The smart contract component is a time-saving technology for developers, but also a risk-saving one. 

New product teams will not need to build their smart contracts from scratch, while watching out for exploitable errors. Instead, Express Protocol handles the blockchain-side interaction for all projects and diminishes the risk with pre-screened code.

The end goal is to build entire internal or external marketplaces within hours instead of weeks, while securing ownership, listing and low-fee options. Speedier development allows Web3 teams to put more effort in their front end, creating fun apps and games, while leaving Express Protocol to handle on-chain interactions.

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