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In terms of storage and handling in the ERC-1155 standard, names are stored as metadata linked to token IDs. ERC-1155 leverages efficient batch transfers and allows for the association of multiple token types within a single contract. The standard's extensible and flexible architecture makes it apt for projects requiring dynamic management of various token IDs and associated metadata, which in this case includes names.

Moreover, the use of the NFT standard is essential for ensuring that user names are displayed natively as NFTs in their wallets. This native representation simplifies the user experience and aligns with modern digital asset standards. However, for operations involving the user name, such as selling or transferring, interaction with a Layer 2 (L2) blockchain will be necessary. Layer 2 solutions are designed to handle higher transaction volumes and provide faster, cheaper transactions compared to the main blockchain network (L1).

Furthermore, native interactions with the platform are enhanced by cross-chain functionality that enables the execution of multiple transactions across different blockchains with a single signature. This functionality is crucial for maintaining consistent state updates and ensuring seamless asset transfers and contract executions across different networks, thereby reducing complexity and improving transactional efficiency. This robust mechanism is critical for decentralized applications aiming for broader interoperability and scalability.

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