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Suku and Polygon Unveil the First-Ever Twitter-Minted NFT Collection

Suku and Polygon Labs launch a groundbreaking open edition NFT collection minted entirely via Twitter, marking a major milestone in Web3 user experience.

Twitter-Minted NFT Collection by Suku & Polygon

Suku, a provider of intuitive decentralized tools, and Polygon Labs have made history in the Web3 universe by launching an unprecedented open edition NFT collection. Unique to this release is that it was minted entirely on Twitter, in celebration of the Polygon 2.0 proposal. The collection saw more than 50,000 NFTs minted exclusively via tweets during the 48-hour mint window, generating a buzz among thousands of users and businesses. The campaign also enabled Suku to garner over 48,000 wallet downloads within just 48 hours.

Suku's mission is to boost the adoption of Web3 among daily internet users by creating intuitive products that do not require prior knowledge of the crypto space. Suku's social Web3 wallet lets users receive and send funds instantly, even to those who haven't set up a wallet yet, all through a Twitter handle as a crypto address. By integrating its tools with popular platforms like Twitter, Suku pioneers a user-centric approach to blockchain technology.

The triumph of the social minting campaign rests on three key factors: user-friendly minting via a simple tweet, leveraging a fast and scalable blockchain like the Polygon Network, and facilitating NFT minting and ownership without the complexity of seed phrases or private keys.

Suku has eliminated the daunting onboarding process often associated with the NFT space by allowing NFTs to be minted via a single tweet. Users can manage their newly minted NFTs by downloading the Suku Wallet Chrome Extension or logging into the Suku Wallet Webapp with their Twitter account, simplifying the onboarding process.

Suku Wallet has revolutionized the blockchain space by providing a platform for users to easily manage their NFT collections using their Twitter handles, without the need for complex account setups or crypto addresses. It eliminates significant barriers to Web3 adoption, such as the complex onboarding process and the need for an existing wallet.

Polygon 2.0, also known as "The Value Layer of the Internet," is a network of ZK-powered L2 chains, unified via a novel cross-chain coordination protocol. It allows anyone, anywhere to create, program, and exchange value, supporting an unlimited number of chains and enabling instant cross-chain interactions without additional security or trust assumptions. The innovative social mint powered by Suku drew attention to this groundbreaking proposal.