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Palm 背后的愿景:NFT 是未来的记录集

2021-6-6 18:15


三月末,ConsenSys发布了即将发布的Palm,包括NFT区块链协议和Palm NFT Studio。在ConsenSys、HENI集团和HeyDay Films的支持下,Palm透露了第一个使用该产品的艺术家——Damien Hirst的货币项目。与此同时,Palm的首席执行官丹尼尔·海曼(Daniel Heyman)认为不可替代代币(nft)扮演着与过去的唱片收集类似的角色。

Daniel Heyman将参加下周的虚拟超级账本全球论坛的专题讨论,主题是“nft如何改变音乐和媒体领域”。区块链的早期用户、The Creative Passport的创始人、音乐家Imogen Leap以及收藏品公司Panini的Brendan Cooper也加入了他的行列。我们还可以与以太坊的Vitalik Buterin进行炉边聊天。使用HGF21LEDGER可以获得50%的会议折扣。


海曼谈到了他是如何成长的,他会向朋友们炫耀他的CD收藏,而对老一辈人来说,媒介是黑胶唱片和卡带。“在过去的20年里,我们已经用一种更基于社交媒体的身份表达取代了身份的所有权表达,”他说。在他个人看来,社交媒体不那么真实。


“它从根本上改变了这种所有权关系,粉丝变成了索取者,而不是创造者的积极利益相关者。我的观点是,nft将成为CD收藏,或未来的唱片收藏。”


ConsenSys创始人Joe Lubin也是以太坊的创始人之一。虽然去中心化金融(DeFi)运动非常以以太坊为中心,但当涉及到nft时,这种支配地位要小得多。相反,包括支撑NBA Top Shot的Flow区块链在内的协议已经攫取了大量的市场份额。其中一个原因是DeFi非常受欢迎,以至于以太坊上的燃气费非常高。埃隆·马斯克强调的能源饥渴的Proof of Work也是当前以太坊版本的一个问题,尽管以太坊2将转向更环保的Proof of Stake。


因此,6个月前,卢宾向海曼提出,海曼在ConsenSys的团队开发的企业区块链技术,包括Hyperledger Besu,可以解决这些问题。Palm将作为公共许可的区块链运行,区块链是以太坊的侧链。


海曼表示:“我们希望确保用户、nft和品牌都在以太坊生态系统中拥有最好的体验。”“因此Palm将是一个低汽油费用的环境,将有快速的交易最终,将有高吞吐量。它有一个非常节能的共识机制和生态足迹,这对我们来说非常重要。”


Heyman希望将Palm协议与Palm NFT Studio区分开来。与任何区块链协议一样,人们可能会在各种不同的应用程序中使用它。本周早些时候,美国职业棒球大联盟(MLB)宣布计划通过Candy Digital推出一款使用Palm协议的非功能性游戏。同时,Palm NFT Studio旨在支持艺术和娱乐。


围绕协议,我们希望创造一个社区,美工工具和创造者奖励。海曼说:“我们将推出一个叫做Palm Network Creative Commons的东西。”尽管名字还没有确定下来。“它相当于我们为创作者提供的DAO(去中心化自治组织),他们想要投资于创作者社区。希望我们能够在协议的基础上创建一个强大的社区。这也可以是自我强化。”


为了起步,该协议需要与钱包、市场和其他软件解决方案集成,Palm正在积极寻找这些合作伙伴。


协议本身可能会随着时间的推移而演变。Palm协议很有可能从侧链(它有自己的共识机制)迁移到使用以太坊主网共识的第2层解决方案。


而且随着以太坊自身迁移到版本2,Palm的核心协议元素可能不需要那么多。毕竟,以太坊2的目标是更加环保,有更低的天然气费用,更具有可扩展性,这是Palm协议正在解决的许多问题。这就是社区方面和生态系统凸显出来的地方。


海曼坦率地谈论了以太坊2及其多线程世界。“我不认为任何人都清楚地知道这个世界100%会是什么样子,”但他相信Palm协议将很好地占据一席之地。


Palm的首席执行官将在下周的虚拟Hyperledger全球论坛上讨论NFTs。他参加了一个讨论“非功能性音乐如何改变音乐和媒体格局”的小组。海曼与音乐家Imogen Leap以及收藏品公司Panini的Brendan Cooper合作。Imogen Leap是区块链的早期用户,也是The Creative Passport的创始人。

In late March, ConsenSys unveiled the soon-to-launch Palm, both an NFT blockchain protocol and the Palm NFT Studio. Backed by ConsenSysHENI Group and HeyDay Films, Palm revealed the first artist to use the offering as Damien Hirst’s The Currency Project. Meanwhile, Palm’s CEO Daniel Heyman views non-fungible tokens (NFTs) as playing a similar role to a record collection in days gone by.

Daniel Heyman will be participating in a panel discussion at next week’s virtual Hyperledger Global Forum on “How NFTs are changing the music and media landscape.” He’s joined by musician Imogen Leap, an early adopter of blockchain and founder of The Creative Passport, as well as Brendan Cooper from collectibles firm Panini. There’s also a fireside chat with Ethereum’s Vitalik Buterin. For a 50% conference discount use HGF21LEDGER.

Heyman spoke about how growing up, he’d show off his CD collection to his friends, and for older generations, the medium was vinyl and cassettes. “In the last 20 years, we’ve kind of replaced that ownership expression of identity with a more social media-based expression of identity,” he said. In his personal view, social media is less authentic.

“It fundamentally moved away from this ownership relationship and fans became just takers rather than feeling like active stakeholders in and alongside a creator. My view is that NFTs will be that CD collection, or record collection of the future.”

ConsenSys founder Joe Lubin is also one of Ethereum’s founders. While the decentralized finance (DeFi) movement is very centered on Ethereum, that domination is far less when it comes to NFTs. Instead, protocols including the Flow blockchain, which underpins NBA Top Shot, have grabbed serious market share. One reason is that DeFi has been so popular that gas fees on Ethereum are sky-high. And the energy hungry Proof of Work highlighted by Elon Musk is also an issue for the current version of Ethereum, even though Ethereum 2 will move to the greener Proof of Stake.

Hence, six months ago, Lubin proposed to Heyman that the enterprise blockchain technology developed by Heyman’s team at ConsenSys, including Hyperledger Besu, could address these issues. Palm will operate as a public permissioned blockchain, a sidechain on Ethereum. 

“We want to make sure users and NFTs and brands all have the best possible experience within that Ethereum ecosystem,” said Heyman. “So Palm will be a low gas fee environment, will have fast transaction finality, will have high throughput. It’s got a very energy-efficient consensus mechanism and ecological footprint and that’s all important to us.”

Heyman was keen to differentiate the Palm protocol from the Palm NFT Studio. As with any blockchain protocol, people are likely to use it for all sorts of different applications. Earlier this week, it was announced that Major League Baseball (MLB) plans to launch an NFT offering through Candy Digital, which will be using the Palm protocol. Meanwhile, the Palm NFT Studio aims to support arts and entertainment.

Around the protocol, there’s a desire to create a community, artist tools and creator rewards. “We’ll be launching something called the Palm Network Creative Commons,” said Heyman, although the name has not been finalized. “It’s our equivalent of a DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) for creators with the idea to invest in the creator community. Hopefully, we’ll be able to create a robust community on top of the protocol. And that can be self reinforcing as well.”

To get off the ground, the protocol needs to integrate with other software solutions from wallets, to marketplaces and others and Palm is actively seeking these partners.

The protocol itself is likely to evolve over time. There’s a good chance that the Palm protocol could migrate from being a sidechain, which has its own consensus mechanism, to a layer 2 solution that uses the Ethereum mainnet’s consensus.

And as Ethereum itself migrates to version 2, the core protocol element of Palm may not be needed as much. After all, Ethereum 2 aims to be greener, have lower gas fees and be more scalable, many of the issues that the Palm protocol is addressing. That’s where the community aspects and ecosystem come to the fore.

Heyman talked frankly about Ethereum 2 and its multithreaded world. “I don’t think anyone clearly knows what that world is 100% going to look like just yet,” but he believes the Palm Protocol will slot in well.

The Palm CEO will be talking next week about NFTs at the virtual Hyperledger Global Forum. He’s on a panel discussing “How NFTs are changing the music and media landscape.” Heyman is joined by musician Imogen Leap, an early adopter of blockchain and founder of The Creative Passport, as well as Brendan Cooper from collectibles firm Panini.

来自: Ledger Insights