Nftnews Today New tool mirrors Optimism NFTs to Ethereum mainnet for use in verified apps
Optimism builders jvmi and Kelvin Fichter released a brand new app known as Magic Mirror on Nov. 9 that enables nonfungible token (NFT) holders to repeat or “mirror” their Optimism NFTs to the Ethereum mainnet. NFT holders can now use their Optimism NFTs in quite a lot of verified apps, equivalent to in Twitter’s profile badge system — the place beforehand, solely NFTs native to Ethereum layer 1 might be used.
Introducing Magic Mirror: a solution to mirror your @optimismFND NFTs on Mainnet so you’ll be able to have verified NFTs on apps like Twitter ✨ pic.twitter.com/GExcrDejtf
— jvmi ❤️_❤️ (@jvmi_) November 9, 2022
Twitter launched its NFT badge characteristic in January, permitting NFT holders to confirm possession of their artwork. Verified NFTs can be utilized as a profile image on Twitter, the place they’re then denoted with a particular hexagonal form. Previous to Magic Mirror’s launch, holders of NFTs from different networks, like Optimism, Polygon, or Avalanche, didn’t have the flexibility to do that.
The corporate mentioned that this new device is an try to unravel this drawback, albeit just for holders of Optimism NFTs. Customers can swap out the NFT that’s inside every mirror anytime they need, slightly than minting a brand new one every time. Nonetheless, just one Optimism NFT could be put contained in the mirror at a time.
Magic Mirror is a part of a renewed push by Optimism to win the battle between Ethereum scaling options. In June, a model of a balancer was launched on the Optimism platform, and in September, 1Inch customers on Optimism obtained a 300,000 token airdrop to incentivize the usage of the community.
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