MAP Protocol, the 100% Nakamoto Style omnichain layer built upon light-client and ZK technology, and CATASTROPHY, the NFT-gated MultiPass with bonafide BUIDL utility, have partnered together to embark on the effort of transforming utility NFTs in the omnichain space.
Empower CATASTROPHY with MAP Protocol’s full-chain interoperability
In the use case of CATASTROPHY MultiPass, MAP Protocol empowers CATASTROPHY MultiPass with full interoperability as the smart contracts are interoperable among different chains. Specifically, smart contracts on Ethereum can execute, call, and interact with functions in smart contracts on BNB Chain via on-chain light clients and inter-chain messengers. The whole cross-chain verification process does not depend on any specified or privileged off-chain third parties like oracles.
With MAP Protocol’s 100% Nakamoto Style cross-chain communication solution, the privilege of having a CATASTROPHY Multipass is traversable among different chains. Thus, CATASTROPHY holders can seamlessly access their BUIDL benefits and unlock various tools across multiple blockchains and platforms without any restrictions.
Make NFTs thrive and sustain beyond the hype
While previously NFTs were often associated with JPEGs, utility NFTs have emerged as a viable alternative. For utility NFTs to sustain their value in the long run, it is crucial that their utility is portable across different chains and can even continue to expand to other emerging blockchains.
MAP Protocol’s expandable omnichain support allows the benefits of owning CATASTROPHY Multipass to be enjoyed on Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, and NEAR, as well as other EVM and non-EVM chains such as Flow and PlatOn in the future. The ability to enhance its connectivity means CATASTROPHY can grow Multipass with new use cases, thus efficiently tapping into maximum users and resources efficiently.
Interoperable Utility NFTs as the future
The partnership of MAP Protocol and CATASTROPHY marks a significant step towards empowering utility NFTs with full-chain interoperability. While non-crypto users may not see the value of a digital collectible, they can recognize the utility of CATASTROPHY and the ease of bringing their CATASTROPHY benefits across multiple platforms.
NFTs have been a great way to onboard non-crypto users, but for NFTs to go into mainstream adoption, it is expected that projects will weave long-term utility into their NFTs and connect to an expandable and truly decentralized omnichain layer to achieve full interoperability.