Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has highlighted it again by announcing that his own custom-made 1992 Little League baseball card NFT will go up on sale on Instagram soon.
Instagram had earlier announced that it is currently testing NFTs on its platform. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has highlighted it again by announcing that his own custom-made 1992 Little League baseball card NFT will go up on sale on Instagram soon.
Instagram has further expanded the NFT test to more people in 100+ countries across Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and the Americas.
Instagram expands its NFT testing to more countries
The new update by the photo-sharing platform allows users to connect a digital wallet. Once connected, people will have the ability to choose which NFTs from their wallets they would like to share on Instagram.
Race Measurement Survey 🗞
Starting today we'll ask a random assortment of people in the US to take an optional survey hosted by @yougovamerica where they can share their race/ethnicity. All responses are encrypted and can’t be connected to your account.https://t.co/wh5Ok54w1W pic.twitter.com/zTNBl3Ctkf
— Adam Mosseri (@mosseri) July 28, 2022
They can even share digital collectibles. As per the company, “Once you post a digital collectible, it will receive special visual treatment and can display public information, such as a description of the NFT. Posts will also be visible on their profile.” Additionally, the creator and collector can be automatically attributed in the digital collectible post (subject to their privacy settings).
For showcasing NFT, the platform currently supports blockchains like Ethereum and Polygon, and will extend its support for Flow and Solana soon. Instagram supports select third-party digital wallets including Rainbow, MetaMask, and Trust Wallet, and will start supporting Coinbase, Dapper and Phantom soon.
Check out more details and answers to questions you might have👇https://t.co/K3Q58tuSw8
— Instagram (@instagram) May 10, 2022
Users will have the ability to share NFTs in their main Instagram Feed, Stories, or in messages. Source news – bgr.in