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Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, declared that the firm is starting to support NFT on Instagram internationally. The expansion followed the social network’s initial NFT test launch in May. With this expansion, individuals and businesses will now be able to share their NFTs on Instagram in more than 100 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and the Americas. Previously, only a small number of American creators were eligible for the support.

Instagram’s NFT Feature

The business declared today that Dapper Wallet and Coinbase Wallet are now supported as third-party wallets. Instagram is also adding Flow to its list of supported blockchains. Instagram’s NFT feature allows users to share NFTs, connect a digital wallet, and automatically tag a creator and a collector for credit. You can share NFTs in chats, stories, and your main Instagram feed. A digital collectible posted online will have a shimmer effect and can include open data, along with an explanation of the NFT.

You must link your digital wallet to Instagram to upload a digital collectible. Instagram allows connections with third-party wallets, including Dapper, Rainbow, MetaMask, Trust, and MetaMask. The supported blockchains include Flow, Polygon, and Ethereum. The social network emphasizes that sharing or displaying a digital item on Instagram is free.

Meta to Develop 3D or Augmented Reality NFTs

Zuckerberg stated earlier this year that Meta would develop 3D or augmented reality NFTs for Instagram Stories utilizing the company’s software AR technology, Spark AR. The business announced today that it has begun enabling users to share and exhibit their digital artifacts as AR stickers in Instagram Stories. The Instagram rollout took place a few weeks after Meta started testing NFTs with a select group of creators on Facebook. The business stated at the time that it would not, for the time being, allow users to convert digital collectible posts into advertisements.

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