The (NFT) the market has , but that hasn’t stopped Instagram from doubling down on its digital collection. After a app is expanding its NFT features to more than 100 countries across Africa, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Americas.
Instagram users can include NFT in their feeds and messages, as well as in augmented reality stickers in Stories. NFT creators and collectors are automatically tagged for attribution. You can’t buy or sell NFT on Instagram yet, but Meta has strongly suggested that it’s active in the market.
As of today, Instagram now supports third-party wallets from Coinbase and Dapper, in addition to Rainbow, MetaMask, and Trust Wallet. In addition to the Ethereum and Polygon blockchain, it will also support Flow.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the expansion in (where else?) . He included photos of Little League baseball cards he made himself as a child. A young Zuckerberg gave it to his favorite camp counselor, Allie Tarantino, who now plans to sell signed cards and an associated NFT. “On the back of his card, he puts a batting average of .920 – which is like impossible in baseball,” Tarantino told Related press. “So even as a kid, he aimed big.”
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