New York, New York – June 1, 2021 – Sweet, the first NFT solutions provider to develop a platform that can mint and distribute NFTs at scale while maintaining a strong eco-friendly and consumer first approach, has just announced it has completed integration of the Polygon blockchain (previously- the Matic Network) into its NFT solution. Sweet is pioneering a new way for brands to distribute NFTs through engaging consumer experiences via a multi chain, or chain agnostic, approach. With the addition of Polygon, Sweet is now leveraging the Polygon / Matic Ethereum sidechain, avoiding the high gas fees and slow transaction processing that would otherwise prevent brands from creating and distributing NFTs at scale.
Tom Mizzone, CEO and founder of Sweet shared his thoughts on the addition of Polygon, “Sweet’s blockchain agnostic approach provides optionality to our brand partners and gives us the ability to match the right blockchain NFT solution to a brand’s specific consumer application. The addition of Polygon further enhances our position as a market leader in NFT solutions and further provides flexibility to meet our client’s needs in a secure, cost-effective and scalable manner.”
Sweet’s CTO, Ken Ellis commented, “We’ve evaluated a lot of blockchains, and Polygon is a good fit with their speed, cost, and ability to handle large volumes of tokens. Their adoption by organizations like OpenSea also factored into our decision, since interoperability with other wallets and platforms is an important factor for consumers.”
Sweet is the highly scalable, eco-friendly, Non-Fungible Token (NFT) platform used by top entertainment and consumer brands. Sweet offers the flexibility of broad-scale distribution of NFTs and provides leading entertainment properties with the opportunity to drive new revenue and consumer engagement. Sweet has built one of the most energy efficient NTF platforms in the world and can quickly spin up broad distribution campaigns for clients leveraging the blockchain.
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Peter Keiser, EVP of Marketing, Sweet
New York, NY
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