NFT’s new peer-to-peer art market dealer, forms a partnership with a sports website and a decentralized aquaculture complex that is ready to take off.

Polkally primarily creates a digital art bazaar that aims to make it easier for independent artists and hobbyists to showcase their work, while offering affordable art galleries and collectors. It supports both direct sales and dynamic auctions of artwork created in the form of indestructible icons.

Calling the NFT “the natural evolution of art,” said Chloe Piggott, CEO of Polkally, “Polkally is at the forefront of this great revolution, providing interoperability and a seamless experience that the ecosystem lacks.”

Polkally came out of this by announcing a partnership with UniFarm, a decentralized action solution that brings together DeFi protocol groups in “pools” that allow you to use all the member tokens to combine all other tokens. Polkally is part of Cohort 11, which also includes OpenDeFi, UniFarm, Idavoll Network, Ispolink and Chromia.

UniFarm encourages stakeholders to keep the funds locked by adding tokens from another team member to that farmer’s reward pool each week. It also diversifies their assets because the return is expressed in different symbols.

“UniFarm creates great DeFi products for a more decentralized world,” Piggott added. “We are very happy to work with them!”

An important by-product of the UniFarm Staking Partnership is that it gives the Polkally token the first use case where operators can buy KALLY.

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The latest second partnership with Rage.Fan is not just about expanding from technical NFTs to sports-themed NFTs, which have been one of the most commercially successful categories of digital collectibles. Although Rage uses NFT, it is more of a blockchain-based fantasy sports league site targeting daily leagues throughout the season.

Rage also creates trading cards based on NFTs of various rarities that can be used in their fantasy sports tournaments – for example, if you hold a player card on your team, you can earn extra points when they score, as well as for your trade. He is also building a math oracle.

Polkally and Rage will collaborate on technical and technical issues and sell NFT products on each other’s websites.

“We strongly believe that NFT is the ideal solution for mass adoption of blockchains,” said Satish Anantasubramanian, CEO of Rage.Fan. “Polkally allows NFT sports betting platforms like ours to easily attract new audiences who have invested in this space and add new value to it.”

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One of Polkally’s strengths is networking with artists. A unique feature of the platform is the planned network of artists and galleries that will exchange NFT for material works.

Polkally will use a rigorous but decentralized KYC process to verify the identity of artists. But he and the project’s decentralized database will rely on the IPFS peer-to-peer protocol to run decentralized Web 3.0.

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The Polkally Foundation does not promise hidden fees and sees three sources of income that support the market and its KALLY symbol. First, he plans to sell exclusive and limited NFTs to finance his business. Second, the site will sell advertising space to NFT artists who want their work to stand out from others.

Its roadmap presupposes a symbolic accumulation, cultivation and generational event, as well as the inclusion of KALLY from Uniswap DEX at the end of June.

The first version of Polkally, at least a viable product, will be launched in late summer 2021. It will first be compatible with Ethereum, and then with Binance Smart Chain, with other networks including Polkadot, EOS, Tron, Ethereum Classic, Polygon and TomoChain Time added.

Polkally KALLY token will strengthen the decentralized platform as the Polkally Foundation transforms the project into a decentralized autonomous organization, or DAO, in the third quarter of 2021. Although KALLY acts as a governance token, it is also the only used currency in the market. buy and sell works of art. And all the fees.