Straight Fire’s production company curates current NFTs from professional artists and produces its own NFT collections in collaboration with prominent companies and IPs. Straight Fire hopes to lower the gas charge for its customers by releasing its NFT trading platform on Polygon, as well as enabling speedier transactions and a more smooth user experience. With the debut of Straight Fire on Polygon, users will be able to check out Polygon’s DeFi blue-chip projects including Aave, SushiSwap, Curve etc.
Straight Fire’s NFT Showcase feature, which allows artists and purchasers to showcase their NFT collections in a personalized, virtual setting, is what sets it apart. Invitees can see it on most platforms, including PCs, consoles, and Smart TVs, and it can be shared on all of their favorite social media channels.
As more people sign up for the site, there will be more transactions, necessitating a better user experience. Polygon keeps gas prices low on the platform and allows for quicker transactions, resulting in a better customer experience.
Polygon is the world’s first well-structured, simple-to-use Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development platform. Polygon SDK is its main component, a modular, versatile platform for creating and linking Secured Chains such as Plasma, Optimistic Rollups, zkRollups, Validium, and others, as well as Standalone Chains such as Polygon POS, which are built for flexibility and independence.
About Straight Fire
Straight Fire is the Netflix of NFTs, as well as the inventor of the first NFT display platform. They have their own platform, select current material, and create their own, just like Netflix. Instead of videos, they are focusing on NFTs. Straight Fire provides a library of NFT collections, including those developed in-house, their SFIRE Originals, through their NFT trading platform.