Markus Infanger, the Vice President of Growth at Ripple, suggests it is now the creator’s world. However, this is duly being returned and handed over by Web3 technology. He is now engaged in reaching out to fresh creators for them to connect with the Creator Fund, built by Ripple.
However, the current aim and intention in the Ripple camp are to effectively rope in the creators of NFT projects related to such diverse verticals as music, sports, games, and overall entertainment. The ultimate goal is to make them viably connected with the XRP Ledger. They can take advantage of the facilities by successfully engaging with the XRP Ledger.
However, this would be in terms of the sheer swiftness, the dependability factor, and the competitive pricing that is the hallmark of XRP Ledger. Additionally, there is the connected issue of its incoming NFTS, in the form of in-built royalty structures and the opportunity of gaining and becoming co-owners.
An important point that needs consideration regarding the Creator fund built by Ripple suggests there is a promise to filter in an amount of $250 million to assist the building of functioning NFTs existing on the XRP Ledger.
The avenues covered in this regard are multi-directional, such as carbon-credit-related activities, real estate matters, and the media. Overall, the entire process of the involved creators, starting right from the start to finally seeing their projects positioned on XRPL, will be duly supported.