Instagram Introduces NFT Integration in Over 10 Countries
The Mark Zuckerberg-led business Instagram has begun its non-fungible token (NFT) roll-out across 100 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and the Americas, according to a Meta press article published on Thursday. This includes adding support for Coinbase Wallet and Dapper wallet connections, as well as the ability to upload digital items minted on the Flow blockchain. The initial launch is aimed at the popular social networking app Instagram.
To publish an NFT on Instagram, one simply has to link their digital wallet, according to the company's updated post. As of Thursday, third-party wallet connections with Rainbow, MetaMask, Trust, Coinbase, and Dapper Wallet were either finished or will be in the near future. The supported blockchains at the moment are Flow, Polygon, and Ethereum. Posting or sharing a digital collectible on Instagram is free of charge.
According to statistics from CoinGecko, FLOW has increased by around 44% in the last day, with almost all of that increase occurring after Meta's statement this morning. FLOW is currently trading at $2.76 per token, pushing its 30-day increase to around 72% with the most recent price movement.
Collectors may now display their verified Flow NFTs on their account on Meta's photo-sharing service with instagram's expanding integration. The program was initially introduced in May to a select group of users in the United States, and it has since been extended to include nations in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Users may utilize the functionality to link a compatible crypto wallet to prove ownership of NFT collectibles and pick which ones to show, with the owner and original creator immediately attributed alongside the item.
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