The team at Zilliqa has incorporated the ZRC-7 standard for NFTs
ZRC-7 standardizes the structure of NFT metadata to provide a simpler experience for NFT creators
It provides a unified structure for NFTs, complementing previous standards of ZRC-1 and ZRC-6
The new standard was implemented after feedback from the community
The team at Zilliqa (ZIL)has incorporated the ZRC-7 standard for NFTs. The new standard provides a unified structure for NFTs on the Zilliqa blockchain. It standardizes the structure of NFT metadata as well as complimenting previous standards of ZRC-1 and ZRC-6.
By having a standardized and consistent metadata structure, ZRC-7 will provide a simpler avenue for NFT creators and builders to handle the said metadata in a simpler way. The introduction and implementation of the new NFT standard were the results of public feedback from the Zilliqa community.
As the NFT industry continues to grow, NFTs continue to contain additional information that needs to be accommodated on the blockchain. In the case of ZRC-7, the structure of the NFT metadata has been modified to support additional resources for the media type (MIME).
Examples of media types include images (png, jpeg), audio (MPEG), video (mp4), model (3mf), font (otf), and applications (pdf).
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