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    TechnologyMeta now allows you to post NFTs on Instagram and Facebook

    Meta now allows you to post NFTs on Instagram and Facebook

    Meta expands the ability to share and mint NFTs to its entire Facebook and Instagram user base – GOAL

    Goal has announced that all Facebook and Instagram users now have the ability to post and share their non-fungible tokens (NFTs), an option that until now they only had access to some selected profiles of both platforms that participated in the company’s internal tests.

    Following a series of rumours, the tech company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, confirmed in March that non-fungible tokens would arrive on Instagram in the coming months and that, over time, users could coin these items.

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    It was in May when this platform began some tests so that certain users of the social network could host the NFT collections. In this space, the selected people could share both the assets they had created and those they had bought, as well as link the crypto wallet.

    This possibility expanded to Instagram accounts in an additional 100 countries in the Americas, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and the Americas. In addition, the company announced that it was expanding support for third-party digital wallets.

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    Now, Meta has posted an update on its blog stating that all Facebook and Instagram users you can now publish your collectibles digital in their corresponding profiles.

    “This will allow users to connect their digital wallets once to either of the two applications to share their digital collectibles in both”, has pointed out in this writing.

    It is worth remembering that Meta previously assured that no fees would be charged for posting or sharing non-fungible tokens on Instagram. “By supporting NFTs, we aim to improve accessibility, lower barriers to entry and help make the NFT space more inclusive for all communities,” he said in May.

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    Source: Europa Press


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