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Apple executes in-use buying to sell services, which is still a measure of looking for NFT apps that use the basic simplicity of in-use purchases for iPhone users and large international users.

As previously reported, Apple has maintained a strict rule that dynamic password (NFT) apps cannot be replaced, deducting a 30 per cent commission on NFT app sales based on in-use purchases.

The implementation of the 30% commission has been a problem, and Coinbase Wallet saw its app updates blocked by Apple in December 2022. This is mainly because Apple stopped introducing new apps until Coinbase Wallet banned the use of the ability to push NFT through the app.

In response to a recently proposed digital market bill, Apple is likely to only install third-party app stores on machines and devices in the European Union by 2024. It is estimated that this will allow developers to assemble instead of payment platforms in ordinary Apple apps, but it is not suitable for China outside the European Union.

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Cointelegraph contacted NodleCEOMicha Anthenor Benoliel and explained the harm that NFT applications will continue to operate under Apple Store. Nodle's application rewards users who participate in the proprietary blockchain technology Internet of things as connection points, and also allows users to build NFT from smartphones.

Benoliel stressed that Apple has a clear basic policy to force NFT app apps to use in-purchase to market all services similar to NFT, in order to prevent users from buying NFT from mobile apps other than Apple app stores and their in-app purchases:

It may take a while for them to fully understand the meaning of the Web3 standard, but for now, they seem to be trying to protect their business processes and customers according to this basic policy.

This is in sharp contrast to Android, where application developers are free to experiment without being limited to using Play Store's in-use purchase system to build or market NFT. Even so, Benoliel feels that there are many benefits that can balance Apple's terms and conditions at this stage.

He stressed that iOS dominates the foreign mobile sales market and uses the role of internal purchase to avoid payment friction for iPhone users:

"the enterprise spares no effort to simplify the purchase steps, making it easier for real estate developers to buy and sell without management methods that are more sensitive to credit card information."

App Store also provides a centralized service to solve the various loan currencies and rates that developers have to manage when implementing bank credit card payment solutions.

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Nodle is going to build the infrastructure for its founders so that application users can make a difference. In order to offer this service to iOS users under Apple's current conditions, the site is forced to pass on the cost to users:

"it's a trap. Apple charges 30% of the market price for making NFT. Nodle includes this fee in the customer-facing price.

Nodle's NFT seigniorage step allows the user to use Apple within the purchase of seigniorage costs before applying his camera photos or images in the painting court. The "seigniorage as a service" component is characterized by a centralized service, which uses Polkadot NFT trays to receive and detect images before seigniorage after payment verification.

Benoliel told Cointelegraph that in the long run, Apple could benefit from the right swap and payment of NFT in the app, which may encourage users to choose alternative solutions:

"if you look at the EU laws that are about to be enacted, which will drive Apple to allow replacement of app malls and apps without having to pass its App Store, you may wonder whether this will happen abroad soon."

Before that, Benoliel felt that NFT application developers still had reason to think about applying iOS because the use of in-buying was good for trading. The large number of users basically brings developers a "valuable opportunity" to get in touch with the general potential users.

The data encryption currency wallet app has also been meeting the special rules for launching in the Apple App Mall. Uniswap, the decentralized exchange, plans to launch its iOS app in December 2022, but has not yet received Apple's approval.

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