Magic Eden, the industry leading NFT sales market on Solana, and CoralCube, the NFT service platform, cooperated to launch MetaShield. This is a royalty mandatory special tool that allows creators to identify or obscure NFT images with zero royalty transactions.
Not to mention, this statement has caused a strong response on NFT Twitter. Many people think MetaShield is a way to punish buyers to save the creator's royalties. But is it like this? Let us know more.
According to Magic Eden, MetaShield is a special tool that allows creators to track Solana NFT that lists custom royalties. Assuming that all listed NFTs bypass royalties, creators can take actions, such as upgrading databases, identifying NFTs, and even blurring images.
The enterprise explained that the creator only changed the listed NFT, but could not purchase NFT. Shielding the countermeasure is not to punish the buyer, but to send a warning about zero royalty NFT to potential buyers.
When you choose to "block" NFT, you will bear the debt of unpaid royalties. Only a very small number of people who have settled their debts can "eliminate" the affected tokens.