NFT Alley announced its collaboration with Cere Network on April 9. Cere Network is the world’s leading blockchain-based storage solution. It is optimized to acquire interactions between users, assets (NFTs), and applications that are independently agreed to sign and encode and potential value transfers to be preserved in a vandal-proof, time-encapsulated data schema.

Integration with Cere Network will provide an advanced level of protection for NFT property, thereby strengthening their NFT assets. Using Cere features such as Cere Freeport, users will be able to:

  • Auctions and NFT sales
  • Asset Verification
  • Secure delivery of assets

NFT Alley is optimistic that by integrating with Cere Network, they will be able to push the boundaries of NFT use cases. During the day ending at 7:00 PM ET on April 10, NFT Alley (ALLEY) traded down 4.3% against the US Dollar. NFT Alley has a total market capitalization of $21,316.09 and approximately $137,628.00 of NFT Alley has been traded on the exchange in the last 24 hours. NFT Alley has lost 17.5% of its value against the US dollar over the past week. An NFT Alley coin currently costs $0.0412 or 0.00000097 BTC on cryptocurrency exchanges.

About NFT Alley

With its exclusive feature sets, NFTalley’s NFT Marketplace allows creators to quickly launch their NFT. Their custom templates and smart contract management allow participants to self-publish, create, preview, and manage NFTs. Because it’s a UI-based platform, it’s easy for artists and brands to create NFTs with automated royalty rights management.

About the Cere Network

Cere Network is the first Substrate and Polygon-based platform for the Decentralized Data Cloud (DDC). Cere is the first Web3 project to support trustless cloud data storage, integration and collaboration across blockchain networks and Web3 NFT, metaverse and game content. Cere is supported by some of the institutions and projects the most prestigious in the world, including Binance Labs, Republic Labs and Polygon.

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