The integration of Instagram digital collectibles is expanding to other regions of the world, including the Americas, according to Meta.
A few months ago in May, Meta had started testing the integration of digital assets on Instagram, where select US users could put NFTs in their profile pictures, like on Twitter.
The observed slump in the crypto market, however, appears to have delayed full integration. Still, Meta continued with plans to integrate digital collectibles for Instagram users, and this Thursday (04), Meta announced the expansion of integration support to 100 more countries.
Initially, plans were for the company, which is responsible for Instagram, to allow NFT integrations for Ethereum, Polygon, Solana and Flow, networks that host the vast majority of the digital collectibles trade.
Additionally, Instagram intended to add widely used wallets like MetaMask to prove its ownership of the NFT, post them on their profiles and tag the creators who made them. But the company also announced the integration of additional wallets:
“Starting today, we support connections to third-party wallets including Rainbow, MetaMask, Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet and Dapper Wallet coming soon,”
says the Meta post.
In addition to the US, regions that now span expansion include the Americas, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
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