NFT Spotlight #1 -, protecting your NFTs

NFT Spotlight #1 -, protecting your NFTs

The 0xcert NFT Spotlight Series is aimed at bringing to light the 50 shades of non-fungibility. From games to cards, and from protocols to supporting services, there is no shortage of uniqueness.

The first to come on stage is Kette.

📢 Meet Kette

Kette is a triple H - an energetic team of Hackers, Hustlers, and Hipsters. The team is made of seasoned professionals from all range of industries, from software to sports and business consulting, bringing a perspective of a bigger picture to Kette.

💪 What nut are they cracking?

Kette protects and secures the most valuable assets of people and organizations. Those can range from digital formats like media content and certificates to actual physical objects.

🔧 How do they do it?

They built software as a service which – based on NFT technology – enables to easily record ownership information and correlated metadata for digital assets and tangible products on a universal ledger which is immutable, decentralized, and cryptographically secure.

⛓️ Kette at work

Projects running with the help of Kette can benefit from their trustless registration system, chain of custody, detection and prevention of counterfeit with product identification, or proof of provenance to improve marketing and communication.

Non-fungible Q&A

Every project is a world of its own, but their team members are just as special. Through our 5-step Q&A format, we aim to bring the non-fungibility of each project and people behind them into the spotlight and show unique ideas across projects about the same topics.

Kette's CEO, Sandro Stark, brings his view on NFT scene and drops the mic.

1. What do you expect to see in 10-years time in the non-fungible field? The most creative answers count double.

So we are in 2028, and non-self-driving cars are fading slowly off the roads. People are super hyped about trading Augmented Reality skins for the autonomous ride-sharing vehicles they cruise around with. Best trading NFT-based skin is a classic retro car named “Tesla Model 3”.

2. In terms of other NFT projects, which one would you nominate for a Golden Globe and why?

As I guess the Golden Globe is divisible I nominate 3 parties for co-ownership. 0xcert for making the technology accessible for every developer on this planet. Decentraland for executing on our joint mission in creating real-life use cases that teaches the value of true digital ownership. And CryptoDecks, just because I go there quite often to have a sneak peek into up and coming projects.

3. What would you rather have - your pet cat tokenized on the blockchain or a tangible, strokable 3D-version of your favorite crypto-asset?

No question, I definitely go for the strokable 3D-Version. I choose NEO and hope the spirit animal (AntShares) will appear and guide the way into a decentralized future.

4. A CryptoKitty and an Axie enter the ring. Who wins?

CryptoKitty #116509 finally applies the neck crank and almost immediately Axie’s #5240 tail strikes his left shoulder in succession, a signal of submission. Axie #5240 taps out. Fans celebrate outside Las Vegas arena.

5. Finish the joke: “KETTE walks into a bar...

... and orders a martini.
The bartender asks “dry?”
Kette says “Nein, just one.”


Many thanks to Sandro Stark and the whole Kette team!

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Interested in other NFT projects' perspectives? Find more in:

NFT Spotlight #2 - CryptoDecks, trackers of non-fungible values

NFT Spotlight #3 - KnownOrigin, the non-fungible art platform

NFT Spotlight #4 - Mokens, helping you create and compose NFTs

NFT Spotlight #5 - OpenSea, customizable NFT marketplace

NFT Spotlight #6 - CryptoCarz, VR racing on the blockchain