Meta* provided an opportunity for all U.S. users to publish on Facebook* and Instagram* "numerical collection items", i.e. non-reciprocal currents or NFTs. Instagram* also offers access to users from over hundreds of other countries.
To operate a function that until recently is accessible to a limited number of users, it is necessary to connect to its profile on the social media kryptoschelk, and then it will be possible to create publications with NFT objects from this wallet. The publication automatically notes the creator of the object and its owner. The applications now have a special section dedicated to digital assets, and to the profile it will be possible to connect the wallets created on five platforms, including Coinbase, MetaMask and Dapper. Theoretically, this operation is available not only in the mobile application but also in the web interface, but the authors of The Verge's resource say that the second option is still working with malfunctions.
The function is unlikely to be needed by most users, especially since, as recently reported by Bloomberg, NFT sales fell sharply this year: in September, these digital assets were sold $466 million, 97% less than the $17 billion that was generated in January.
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