Instagram Extends NFT Sharing to More Businesses, Creators, Users in Over 100 Countries

The test began with a 'handful' of collectors and creators in the US in May

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Instagram began testing the sharing of nonfungible tokens via its platform with a “handful” of collectors and creators in the U.S. in May, and last week, its digital collectibles initiative expanded in a big way.

More businesses, creators and users in over 100 countries across Africa, the Americas, the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East can now share NFTs on Instagram by connecting their digital wallets to the platform, sharing their digital collectibles and tagging collectors and creators for attribution.

Coinbase Wallet and Dapper Wallet joined the list of supported third-party wallets, which already included MetaMask, Rainbow and Trust Wallet.

And Flow joins Ethereum and Polygon as supported blockchains.




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