Meta''s Facebook and Instagram users in the United States have the ability to connect their digital wallets to the apps and share their NFT holdings with their followers and friends at this time. Bitcoin, Polygon, and Flow are among the most popular blockchains currently available.
In a blog post, everyone on Facebook and Instagram in the United States can now connect their wallets and share their digital collectibles.
This NFT was first tested by Meta, sharing it with select influencers from the United States.
The creator and collector may also be able to display public information on their profile once a digital collectible is published. According to their privacy settings, the blog has noted that the artwork and the collector may be automatically attributed in the digital collectible post.
This year, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has spoken more often about integrating NFT-focused services to the undermining social networking apps.
In March, the tech mogul said that Instagram users would "hopefully" get to mint their own NFTs on the app in the coming months.
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At an auction conducted by ComicConnect, Zuckerberg''s Little League baseball card, which displays a photo of an eight-year-old Zuckerberg and his autograph, was purchased for $105,000 (approx. 85 lakh).