Meta is pushing its limit as the tech giant announces the integration of Flow Network into its ecosystem. The company is looking forward to expanding its blockchain presence to lofty new heights as Instagram rolls out NFTs to more than 100 countries.
Back in May, Instagram had finally rolled out NFTs in the US for selected users. The photo-capturing app is now expanding its footprint to more nations as the team widens its horizons – NFTs are now available in Africa, Asia, Asia-Pacific, and the Americas. The company made clear that this functionality will apply to selected and eligible communities only.
Instagram’s partnership with the Flow Blockchain will mean that the users can now directly mint Flow-based NFTs on their app and showcase them directly on their profile. As of yet, the users could only showcase their Polygon and Ethereum-based assets on the platform.
Instagram has also added the Coinbase wallet and the Flow native HelloDapper wallet for convenience.
Along with Polygon and Ethereum (and now Flow), it is rumored that Instagram will support Solana-based digital assets on its platform in the coming months. If you have access to these features, you can mint and display your verified NFTs on your Instagram profile. Additionally, Instagram has always been about creators and giving them credit for their art.
The system is designed in a way that not only the current owner but the original creator will also receive attribution whenever an NFT is showcased in the feed.
As soon as Meta announced this integration, $FLOW surged 50% to reach an Intraday high of $2.82.
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