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The world’s most advanced NFT 

Unlike first-party data, NFTs offer zero-party data that is truly owned by users, fostering direct communication with total respect for privacy.
Unlike any average NFTs, the Arianee Enriched NFT is packed with unique features to ace your Acquisition, Engagement, and Retention strategy.

They build on the Arianee protocol

The Arianee Protocol in numbers


Brands and counting



Passports distributed



Utility events recorded on digital passport



Messages to product owners


What’s the difference between an Enriched NFT and a regular NFT?

The main difference between the two is that our Arianee Enriched NFTs have additional features on top of what a regular NFT has. But before diving into all those new features, let’s look at what a regular NFT is.

An NFT is unique, indivisible, transferable, publicly verifiable, and capable of proving its scarcity.

Enriched NFTs based on the Arianee protocol, on the other hand, have the same properties but Arianee has added quite a few other ones too. In fact, Brands are now able to

  • prove you are the issuer of the NFT,
  • have asynchronous claims,
  • offer private NFT content,
  • send decentralized messages to the owners of the NFT,
  • enrich, update, and add the history of the NFT,
  • Time-stamp the NFT with events
  • and recover your NFT if your customer wishes to return their product, or in case of death or litigation.

So put simply, we have taken a regular NFT and turned it into a powerful tool that enables you to offer a lot more features to your community.

Do users have to pay gas fees with Arianee NFTs?

No need to worry about paying gas fees when you claim an Arianee NFT, Arianee has got everything covered!

Whether you decide to create an NFT, send a dMessage, or create an event, you won’t need to pay a fee in Arianee’s cryptocurrency. And the money spent on a transaction is redistributed to the ecosystem. It’s sent to different groups like the Platform Provider, Wallet Provider, Nodes, Arianee and Owners.

It’s set up like this because we, at Arianee, aim to create an ecosystem where people can contribute to and benefit from the growth of the Arianee Protocol.

What does asynchronous transfer mean?

Asynchronous transfers mean that anyone can visualize an NFT, anyone can visualize an NFT, claim it with our free Arianee wallet, and become the owner of an NFT with a simple link or QR Code.

In other words, the owner of the NFT generates a transfer link or QR code, then the other person that has access to this link initiates the transfer through their own wallet.

And all of this is done without knowing who the original was.

What is the carbon footprint of Arianee?

That’s a great question! Often when people talk about blockchain technology, they mention the fact that some networks emit a lot of Co2. This is true when it comes to Bitcoin technology but we, at Arianee, have decided to make sure that our carbon footprint is as low as possible from day one.

In fact, Arianee operates on two Ethereum side chains under Proof-of-Stake (PoS)(Polygon) and Proof-of-Authority (PoA) which are very efficient in terms of energy consumption. We audited our Carbon and Energy footprint and we’re very proud to say that even if we reach the threshold of 200 million NFTs created in one year, our carbon footprint is only 25% of what a french family emits in one year.

What chains are supported by Arianee?

Arianee is currently deployed on two blockchains, POA and Polygon. It was deployed for the first time on a sidechain functioning within the Ethereum ecosystem (EVM compatible) called POA Blockchain because it was economically speaking accessible, with very few users, and at the time, the founders had already figured out that the Ethereum main net was going to be very expensive.

Then arrived Polygon, which is a network similar to POA except that it aims to create a larger ecosystem and the possibility to connect to sites like Opensea. We saw an opportunity to deploy the Arianee Protocol on Polygon.

Both blockchains, POA and Polygon, contain the Arianee Protocol which provides the brands with different use cases depending on which blockchain they decide to work on.

What are Arianee Timestamped Events?

Do you have a meaningful event that you’d like to store on the NFT? Well, now you can! You can record it on blockchain and add it to your customer’s NFT, like information about a service, an auction, a warranty, or even a new experience.

You also need to remember that only the brand and authorized partners can add events to an NFT. The owners of the NFT can’t add events to their NFTs. And this is great as it adds value to the product when it comes to secondhand sales because the potential buyer can rely on the NFT as the single source of truth.