- The NFT post may be shared on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook.
- In order to do so, users must go to the “digital collectibles” section of the app’s settings.
Meta recently announced that it has enabled NFT sharing for all of its Instagram and Facebook users in the United States. Users in the United States may now link their digital wallets and trade virtual items with one another. In early May of 2022, Meta announced that it was conducting a small pilot programme with a select group of American artists and collectors. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) may be created or purchased and then shared on Instagram.
The tech giant stated:
“Today we are announcing everyone on Facebook and Instagram in the US can now connect their wallets and share their digital collectibles. This includes the ability for people to cross-post digital collectibles that they own across both Facebook and Instagram. Additionally, everyone in the 100 countries where digital collectibles are available on Instagram can now access the feature.”
Wider NFT Adoption
Meta said in an update to its blog article on digital collectibles that it will soon allow users to link their wallets to their Instagram profiles. The corporation has also opened up NFT to customers located in countries other than the United States. According to the Meta blog, this applies to all 100 of the nations with access.
Once a digital wallet has been linked, both makers and collectors may choose certain NFTs from their wallet to post on Instagram. The NFT post may be shared on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook, and the creator and collector can be automatically tagged. The wallet may be linked by any Facebook or Instagram user. In order to do so, users must go to the “digital collectibles” section of the app’s settings on either Facebook or Instagram.
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