Ducati Has Entered Into A Partnership With NFTs Pro In Order To Deploy NFTs On Ripple.
In conjunction with NFT PRO, the leading corporate white-label NFT solution for worldwide brands, Ducati has announced its debut in WEB 3.0. Ripple, the premier blockchain partner offering technical assistance on the ultra-fast, low-cost, and carbon-neutral XRP Ledger (XRPL) blockchain, will be used in the deployment of upcoming Ducati initiatives.
Through the establishment of this relationship, the motorcycle company located in Bologna has shown its recognition of the significance of the digital world to the experiences it provides for its devoted customers.
Over the course of the next several months, a number of Web 3.0 operations will be established via the establishment of new digital aggregation spaces, NFT collections, and possibilities to engage in the new activities characteristic of the Web 3.0 universe using Ripple blockchain, which is already significant in the crypto world.
Throughout the first generation of digital services, Ducati has been a pioneer in adopting new technology to engage, entertain, and nurture the huge community of its followers worldwide.
For Ducati’s digital strategy, entering the WEB 3.0 era is seen as a natural progression toward an experience that, while maintaining the joy of riding and sharing one’s passion with other community members at the center, will also be able to benefit from new products and services created in collaboration with a reference player such as NFT PRO.
Ducati says “Upcoming Ducati projects will be deployed using Ripple, the leading blockchain partner providing technical support on the ultra-fast, low-cost, and carbon-neutral XRP Ledger (XRPL) blockchain.”
In related news, Ripple has been in the midst of a lawsuit with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States. This case came about after the SEC accused Ripple of generating over $1.3 billion via an unregistered, ongoing digital asset securities offering. Ripple has denied the allegations made by the SEC and the case is expected to come to an end very soon.