The arrival of Non-Fungible Tokens or Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) in the digital goods market has also led social networks to adapt to the need of their buyers to publish these pieces in spaces such as Facebook and Instagram without losing the value for which they were purchased.
That is why Meta announced that the NFT owners they will be able to publish and share them on both social platforms after a trial period in which this function was enabled in user accounts divided into more than 100 countries on all continents.
The announcement of the new function for the NFT in these digital spaces came in an update of the Meta blog, in which it was indicated that all users of Facebook and Instagram You can now post your digital collectibles on their corresponding profiles.
As indicated by the company chaired by Mark Zuckerberg through a statement, “this will allow users to connect their digital wallets once to either of the two applications to share their digital collectibles in both.”
Additionally, Meta previously assured that no fees would be charged for posting or sharing non-fungible tokens on Instagram. “By supporting NFTs, we aim to improve the accessibilitylower barriers to entry, and help make the NFT space more inclusive for all communities,” the tech company said in May.
Users who have some tokens available will be able to share them as long as they are mined in ethereum, Polygon and Flow. Additionally, Rainbow wallets, MetaMask, Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet, and Dapper Wallet will be supported on these social media platforms.
NFTs on other platforms
The case of Twitter, the platform has concentrated not on the possibility of sharing NFT items as posts, but in the form of some users’ profile photos which, unlike displaying an image within a circular outline, presents the non-fungible token within a hexagon with rounded edges.
Clicking on the NFT will display a window within the platform where all the token data can be found, including its current owner, the collection to which it belongs, its properties, the blockchain, among other details. For those people curious about the world of cryptocurrenciesit also explains what an NFT is.
Secondly, Spotifythe music streaming platform, is also slowly moving into the process of rolling out possible ways to involve NFT collections within its service.
In May 2022 it was reported that the company was in the testing phase of a function in a group of users of android devices from the United States, who would have the opportunity to access NFT on the site of artists such as Steve Aoki and The Wombats, according to a report by Music Ally.
Also, just like on Twitter today, when a user finds the profile of an artist selling NFTs, they will be able to click on the item to get a detailed view of the image, a description of the image, and the option to purchase it online. from the website of Open Seathe marketplace specialized in NFT.