Meta has made an announcement users of Facebook and Instagram can now share their digital collectibles as posts on both platforms. This has been a journey that was initiated earlier this year. The company is providing a bridge between Web2 and Web3 for all its users.
According to the Facebook, this feature will be rolled out as a test from this week with a few US creators who’ll “share NFTs that they have created or bought”. It’ll involve connecting a digital wallet, sharing the collectibles, and being able to tag creators as well as collectors. All of these will be done without fees on both Instagram and Facebook.
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Meta and Web3
Since the re-brand to Meta in 2021, the company has been increasing focus on integrating Web3 innovations and technologies into the products.
In August, Meta added 100 countries across Africa, Middle-East, Asia, and the Americas in the list of nations where users can connect their wallets to share their NFTs. These users can use wallets like Rainbow, MetaMask, Trust Wallet, and Coinbase Wallet to carry out such activities.
Meta made a list of accounts where anyone can see “digital collectibles in action”: @adambombsquad, @bluethegreat, @bossbeautiesnft, @c.syresmith, @cynthiaerivo, @garyvee, @jenstark, @justmaiko, @maliha_z_art, @misshattan, @nopattern, @oseanworld, @paigebueckers, @phiawilson, @swopes and @yungjake.
The essence of this innovation is to bring Web3 features to users as well as creators while helping them connect with their fans, build relationships, and “create more monetization opportunities,” said the website.
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