NFT integration to Instagram, which Meta announced in May, has expanded to 100 more countries. While the founder of the company, Mark Zuckerberg, gave the news, it was announced that Dapper Labs, Coinbase and Flow integration will also be provided.
The following statements were included in the announcement shared by Meta’s news account on social media:
“Mark Zuckerberg has announced that the digital collection feature on Instagram will be integrated into 100 more countries. This way, more people, creatives and companies will now be able to showcase their NFTs on the platform. Also, Coinbase, Dapper and Flow support will be provided.”
As you may remember, Meta’s product manager Navdeep Singh announced in June that they were testing the feature to enable cross-platform sharing, including NFTs.
Flow: Our Instagram partnership begins
Following the announcement, a statement came from Flow, a project by Dapper Labs, and the following statements were used:
“Our partnership with Instagram begins. This will now allow our users to link their dapper wallets to the platform and display their favorite NFTs in their accounts. Now everyone will have the opportunity to show what kind of character they have on Instagram. This partnership reflects how much demand Flow has created among developers, creators and users to adopt NFTs for users.”
After the news, there was also a 20% increase in the FLOW token. FLOW is currently trading at $2.30.
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