Facebook’s parent company, Meta, goes a step further in its commitment non-fungible token (NFT) now allows all Facebook and Instagram users in the United States to connect their wallets to share NFT assets on both Facebook and Instagram.
To date, only a select group of users of these platforms in the United States have been able to share NFTs since the feature was launched in a testing phase last June.
And also keeping in mind that in the month of August, Instagram expanded support for NFT to about 100 more countries, although it was limited to a select group of users, now all Instagram users in these 100 additional countries are using this facility can be used.
As Meta reported weeks ago, Facebook and Instagram users will be able to connect using digital wallet platforms such as Rainbow, MetaMask, Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet and Dapper Wallet, as long as they are able to share their digital NFT collectibles. have capacity. On Ethereum, Polygon and Flow.
steps to follow
To begin with, the users of these social media platforms must have the latest version of the respective mobile application and the digital wallet of their choice installed on their respective mobile devices.
To make the connection, all they need to do is go to the Digital Collectibles tab in the Facebook and Instagram configuration options, and follow a series of steps outlined on the screen.
It will be necessary to provide the password of the Wallet used during the process, and finally, sign the same and accept the connection of the Application with the Digital Wallet.
After that, users should already be able to view NFTs in their wallets from the Facebook and Instagram applications, they should be able to share in their feeds like any other content, although they can also share their NFTs directly. will be able Wallet itself through the option available for this.
In any case, the NFTs shared on the walls of these social platforms will set them apart from the rest of the types of publications, a glaring effect that makes it clear that they are digital assets of NFTs.
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