Meta (commonly used to refer to the company Meta Platforms, Inc.) has announced a new project. The company intends to deploy NFTs in 100 countries after conducting tests on the subject in the United States. This project will allow thousands of users around the world to acquire NFTs on Instagram.
Meta announces the deployment of NFT via Instagram
According a tweet from Meta Newsroom on August 4, Mark Zuckerberg announced the rollout “of digital collectibles in 100 more countries“. Concretely, more users will be able to showcase their NFTs on Instagram whether they are individuals, creators or companies. This will allow the public to exchange via this social media digital files stored on the Flow blockchain. These files can represent artwork, music, or video clips.
In fact, Meta has been doing some testing in the US lately with some NFT creators it has selected. This was to test an NFT feature that promotes the deployment of Instagram digital collectibles. The tests were successful, so Meta decided to expand its project to other countries.
The creator of Meta Platforms, Inc. also announced that the social network will support Coinbase Wallet. Users will also be able to use the Flow ecological blockchain focused on Web3 applications, via the Dapper secure gateway.
You should know that Mark Zuckerberg is committed to accelerating his company’s Web3 strategy despite the bear market. And Meta Platforms, Inc. has already invested $10 billion in this strategy since Facebook became Meta. In addition, the company announced in June that it intends to deploy NFTs on Facebook.
According to Meta’s official Twitter account, the company intends to allow more users around the world to use NTFs. Users will be able to buy digital collectibles on Instagram through Flow, Coinbase Wallet and Dapper.
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