Meta, originally Facebook, has begun to roll out NFTs to select US users on its primary social network.
For the time being, it is limited to Ethereum and Polygon NFTs, but will soon include support for NFTs on Solana and Flow.
Users will have a “digital collectibles” section on their Facebook accounts thanks to this new feature, which will soon be available to all users, where they can show their NFTs.
Users will be able to link their wallets to their Facebook profiles. They will also be able to convert their NFTs into Facebook posts, which can be reacted to, liked, commented on, and shared in the same way as any other post.
Meta has made significant progress to boost its market share in the new world since unveiling the future NFT integration on Instagram. It has, for example, applied for trademarks for Meta Pay in order to simplify payments on its platforms and in the metaverse.
In addition, Meta recently announced the introduction of its Avatars Store on Instagram, Facebook, and Messenger, where users can buy digital clothes to outfit their avatars.
Meta also announced the opening of its first physical store, dubbed ‘The Meta Store,’ two months ago, where consumers can view and test its virtual reality hardware devices.