Unstoppable Domains Releases AI-generated Avatars On Polygon
- To promote digital identity in the Web3 sector, Unstoppable Domains is implementing AI-generated NFT avatars.
- Unstoppable’s AI avatar software uses a set of pictures to construct unique and realistic computer-generated PFPs.
- It enables users to mint such photographs as NFTs, which can be used as avatars in web3 apps or sold on the open market.
Unstoppable Domains is rolling out artificial intelligence (AI)-generated profile pictures (PFP) with the purpose of strengthening digital identification in the Web3 industry.
Unstoppable Domains has launched a new feature that allows consumers to test what artificial intelligence can do when feeding a series of photos on a smartphone and allows anyone to cast those photos as NFTs can be used as avatars on Web3 applications or even sold on the open market.
Unstoppable’s program, like today’s successful Lensa application, can produce PFP from a sequence of photos using its own artificial intelligence engine. For $14.99, premium customers may submit up to 20 photographs of themselves and have access to 200 software-generated images in only one hour.
These photos are then minted as NFT on Polygon and utilized as an Unstoppable PFP.
Users’ PFPs may also be purchased on the secondary market OpenSea.
Unstoppable Domains, like Ethereum Name Service (ENS), is a platform that focuses on delivering Web3 domain names for a charge. This domain serves as a digital identity for individuals, maintaining their reputation across crypto apps and the Web3.
Unstoppable Domains was a unicorn in the middle of last year. The firm creates solutions that allow consumers to establish and administer Web3 domains or digital identities that they can use across blockchain-enabled apps while deciding how much personal data to reveal with various platforms.
It has been releasing products with the goal of assisting people in creating their Web3 identities.
Unstoppable partnered with the metaverse platform Ready Player Me in January to empower users with personalized avatars for domain profiles.
The company launched a Polygon-based messaging service this Thursday, letting users can transmit encrypted messages to one another on-chain. Also, the initiative just recently launched the domain name “.polygon.”
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