The NFT feature of Instagram is currently supported in 100 nations worldwide.
The US rollout of Meta’s non-fungible token, or NFT, support is now complete. Earlier this year, the business began allowing a small number of local creators to display their tokens on Facebook and Instagram. But now that both platforms are available, everyone in the US may show off their collections, whether they consist of NFTs they have made and are selling or items they have bought from producers. In order to avoid sharing the same content again, users who have both social networking apps can cross-post their digital collectibles from either app.
Additionally, users in 100 countries can now upload NFT collections to Instagram. The social network initially said in August that it would extend the feature’s reach to nations in Africa, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, and the Americas. People who dislike NFTs or are concerned about their environmental impact may not find this to be good news. However, it appears that Meta is committed to including them in its platforms as it works to build the metaverse it envisions.
A user’s device must be installed with a supported digital wallet, such as Rainbow, Trust Wallet, Dapper, Coinbase Wallet, or MetaMask, in order for them to be able to view their collection. Then, by navigating to the “digital collectibles” tab in their app settings, they must connect their wallet to either or both of the applications. They will be able to browse their collectibles using the Facebook or Instagram app and share their NFTs to their feed once they have linked their wallets.