NFTs to Instagram: Too Little, Too Late?

Instagram  (MVRS) – Get Meta Report is following in Twitter’s  (TWTR) – Get Twitter, Inc. Report footsteps and is testing NFTs on the platform, and teased that Facebook will be getting them soon, too. 

For now, Instagram’s head Adam Mosseri said that the NFT ability will be tested on a small group of U.S. users. The NFTs displayed will become part of the users profile and will show the creator and owner when clicked on. The platform will support NFTs minted on Ethereum and Polygon to start but will eventually support Solana and Flow, according toThe Verge.

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