Meta has now made it possible for all its users in the United States to cross-post the NFTs that they own across its social media platforms Facebook and Instagram. This feature comes months after Meta began testing non-fungible tokens with select users on Instagram in May, and Facebook in June.
In August, Meta launched NFT support on Instagram in 100 countries with select users. Users can connect their wallets and share their digital collectibles on Meta’s platforms. Thanks to the latest official rollout, Instagram users in 100 countries in Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Americas, and the Middle East can use the feature. The company also supports wallet connections with the Coinbase Wallet and Dapper. Users can also post NFTs minted on the Flow blockchain.
Moreover, Meta supports Ethereum, Polygon, and Flow blockchains. It has no fees or charges for posting or sharing NFT on Instagram. Meta said users can leverage the platform’s new tools to earn income. And by purchasing the digital collectibles, fans can support their favorite creators. Meta has enabled creators to use new technologies like NFTs to take more control over their work, enhance relationships with their fans and monetize as well. Furthermore, Meta wants to improve the user experience, create more monetization opportunities and bring non-fungible tokens to a broader audience.