Users of Facebook and Instagram in the US can now share NFTs such as Ethereum, Flow, and Polygon

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Last Updated on October 1, 2022 by Bitfinsider

Tech colossus Meta shared in a tweet that as part of its ongoing deployment, NFT collectables support is now accessible to all Facebook and Instagram users in the United States.

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In May, Meta started enabling NFT support on its platforms with Instagram, and in June, it added support for Facebook. In both instances, the company began with a small pool of users but with time, the number of users has progressively increased.

Everybody in the United States can now display their NFTs, joining users in almost 100 other nations across Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas.

With support for Solana coming soon, the feature presently supports collectibles from the Ethereum, Flow, and Polygon blockchains. MetaMask, Dapper Wallet, Coinbase Wallet, Rainbow, and TrustWallet wallet connections are supported on Facebook and Instagram. Both mobile apps’ settings menus have a “digital collectibles” area where you can access the feature.

The business unveiled a cross-posting function in August that enables users to display NFT items on their Facebook and Instagram accounts. The capability, according to Meta, demonstrated the “interoperability” of NFT assets that may connect to other platforms.

The social media conglomerate outlined its vision for the future, immersive internet last October, and its NFT push is part of bigger metaverse goals. NFTs will be used in Meta’s metaverse, although it is yet unknown how open that platform will be in the future or whether it will be compatible with other metaverse worlds and games.

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