Creators and collectors of non-fungible tokens (or NFTs) will soon be able to display their tokens on their Instagram’ profiles. Similar functionality is coming to Facebook soon.
last week, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Instagram has started to test digital collectibles on its platform. Similar functionality is coming to Facebook soon, along with augmented reality NFTs on Instagram Stories via Spark AR so you can place digital art into physical spaces.
Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri announced that a small number of US users will be able to see NFTs in their feeds, stories, and messages.
NFT are referred to be “digital collectibles” and are displayed similarly to tagged profiles and products. When you click on the tag, you’ll see information like the creator’s and owner’s names.
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