NFTs user in the US can now share NFTs, cross-post between Facebook And Instagram.
Meta announced today that all US Facebook and Instagram users can now link their wallets and share their NFTs. All US users also have the ability to cross-post the NFTs they own across both Facebook and Instagram. The official launch comes months after Meta first began testing NFT with select users in May on Instagram and in June on Facebook.
The company also launched NFT support on Instagram in 100 countries with select users in August. Today, Meta announced that all users in those 100 countries now have access to this feature on Instagram.
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NFTs user in the US can now share between Facebook and Instagram
Facebook and Instagram users can link their wallets like Rainbow, MetaMask, Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet and Dapper Wallet and post digital collectibles minted on Ethereum, Polygon and Flow.
To share your NFT on Facebook or Instagram, you must first make sure you have the latest version of the apps downloaded. Next, you need to make sure you have your preferred digital wallet installed on your phone. After logging into the Facebook or Instagram app, you can connect your preferred wallet by selecting the “digital collectibles” tab in the settings.
Meta says a notification will pop up on the screen asking for the wallet password. Then you need to follow the on-screen instructions for the installed wallet app. A second notification will open on the screen, after which you will need to click “Sign” and then “OK” to confirm the connection to the wallet.
Once your digital wallet is connected, you can view NFTs from your wallet in the Facebook or Instagram app. You will now be able to share your NFTs to your feed by posting as usual and you will see a new collectibles section to choose from. Or you can also share your NFT directly from your wallet by selecting “Share to Feed”.
After selecting an NFT to share, you can add a caption and then publish it. Your NFT post will have a glitter effect on it to make it stand out from regular posts. Meta says there are no fees associated with posting or sharing a digital collectible on Instagram or Facebook.