NFT Creator Platform, Ownerfy, Partners with Alchemy for their MASSIVE NFT Drop

Kurush Dubash
September 3, 2021
Partnership

NFT creator platform company Ownerfy joins Alchemy’s Certified Infrastructure Alliance to easily handle their MASSIVE September 7th NFT collection drop.

In anticipation for Ownerfy’s largest scale NFT minting, they will be scaling up their infrastructure with Alchemy to power their seamless NFT creator platform. Ownerfy has built secure, hashable NFTs to ensure authenticity for both business and artist customers. Their technology focuses on accurate validation of assets - so original creators are verified for their work. They have minted over 10,000 original NFTs across their platform and are excited to release their first ever Ownerfy NFT Collection - Chic-A-Dees.

As the leading blockchain infrastructure platform — Alchemy is proud to be powering the majority of NFTs in the ecosystem. Working with innovative companies, like Ownerfy, Alchemy is able to help accelerate development for blockchain developers by providing the most robust, scalable node solution. Companies like Ownerfy can easily scale up their applications without any infrastructure concern, allowing them to focus on creating an incredible user experience.

“Ownerfy is helping artists and businesses make the highest quality NFTs. They’ve worked extensively with the community to build an easy yet robust NFT minting process. They build quality, code-checked NFTs in an incredibly simple way. Alchemy is super excited to help them create this premium experience” Elan Halpern, co-creator of Alchemy Amplify  


Ownerfy utilizes Alchemy’s platform to access all of the Ethereum APIs, which helps them grow without worrying about scaling. As a member of Alchemy’s Certified Infrastructure Alliance, Ownerfy joins a large exclusive list of innovative companies committed to providing the ecosystem the very best user experiences. With support for multiple blockchains and L2s, Ownerfy easily switches between ecosystems to deliver innovative and cost effective solutions for their customers.

“Alchemy offers a wide set of features that are vital for our business. The ability to have transaction callback webhooks has been crucial for us. Their easy-to-use interface coupled with great pricing has made for a very positive experience. We’ve never had any problem with reliability and we’re excited to use Alchemy as we scale.” - Nick Juntilla, Creator and CEO of Ownerfy

Alchemy is excited to help empower Ownerfy’s growth as they continue to build the highest quality NFTs for business and artists customers. 

About Ownerfy

Ownerfy is a minting platform focused on scalable NFT solutions. They published the first complete ERC-1155 smart contract in 2018 and created a mobile app that allowed users to create NFTs straight from your smartphone. They’ve worked closely with the blockchain community and crypto developers to create a trusted and simple NFT minting process. 

With a strategic focus on ease-of-use, Ownerfy helps mint large collections and bulk NFTs for enterprise applications. They prioritize quality NFT code that uses decentralized data integrity, transparency and unrestricted control for the owners of their NFTs. Ownerfy makes it easy for businesses to mint NFTs by allowing customers to use traditional payment methods to create their products in a single step.

About Alchemy

Alchemy provides the leading blockchain development platform powering millions of users for 99% of countries worldwide. Our mission is to provide developers with the fundamental building blocks they need to create the future of technology and lower the barrier to entry for developers to build blockchain applications. Alchemy currently powers 70% of the top Ethereum applications and over $30 billion in on-chain transactions and has been featured on TechCrunch, Wired, Bloomberg, and numerous other media outlets. The Alchemy team draws from decades of deep expertise in massively scalable infrastructure, AI, and blockchain from leadership roles at technology pioneers like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Stanford, and MIT.

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