Your first question when you saw the three letters NFT may have been, “What is it?”’ A logical follow up: “How do I buy one?”
The answer used to be relatively complicated. You’d set up a digital wallet, put some crypto in it, make an account, connect your wallet to a marketplace, and quite some time later, you’d be the owner of an NFT. It’s not a welcoming world for anyone new to the concept of NFTs or crypto — but it should be.
So, Voice set out to prioritize user experience when building our platform. Here’s why:
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of NFTs is the opportunity they provide for creators to connect directly with their audiences. But that means breaching the barrier where gatekeepers used to stand between artists and their fans. With NFTs, there is now a two-way street for art to be more easily shared and enjoyed.
As a creator, you don’t want your fans to have to jump through a variety of hoops in order to support you and your work. We’re reimagining the way content is consumed and distributed, through the help of our community, as we build our NFT platform.
We believe marketplaces need to be built to prioritize creators first. Collectors are an important piece of the puzzle, but right now, all platforms are optimized for them. Creators deserve spaces that cater specifically to their needs, dreams, and future opportunities.
One day soon, creators across the spectrum will be creating and selling NFTs. We hope that the first step they’ll take is to visit Voice, make an account in fewer than 10 steps*, and start supporting creators within minutes.
(If you’re curious, those steps are: voice.com → click on an NFT → click Buy → create your account → enter your credit card info → confirm purchase)
Sign up for Voice here.