Instagram will soon support Atrium, Solana and Paligan NFT

Recent discoveries from Meta (formerly Facebook) planning to add NFT tokens to Instagram show that the social network intends to support NFT on a trial basis soon. The plan is likely to be implemented with four well-known Chinese blockchain networks, including Atrium.

According to Kevin Desk, the popular NFT, based on popular Chinese blockchain networks, is expected to be added to the social network Instagram soon and may release a meta-statement related to the pilot launch of this section on Monday this week.

This large social network, which is a subset of Meta, apparently intends to initially support blockchain-based NFT from Atrium, Solana, Paligan and Flow. Most of the incomparable token transactions take place in these networks, with the Atrium Network and the Bored Ape Yacht Club in the foreground, which have the highest market value.

This new Instagram feature will be tested in the presence of a small group of NFT fans in the United States. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

In this section, Instagram intends to support popular digital currency portfolios, such as Metamsk; By attaching their wallet to their account, users prove that they own one or more specific NFTs, and will then be able to display those NFTs in their account (such as a post or story) and show the original creators. Also highlight the image.

Kevin Desk’s research shows that Instagram, unlike Twitter, does not intend to charge its users for posting or sharing images on unique tokens. It should be noted that the use of NFT in the image of the Twitter account is possible only for those who have purchased a special subscription for this social network or Twitter Blue; So the official release of NFT images on Twitter somehow costs users.

The Meta team’s decision to add NFT to Instagram is likely to have a big impact on the cultural aspects of the area, exposing incomparable tokens to new people. Instagram currently has more than 1 billion active users per month, and many of its users use this platform to market and promote their artwork.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said earlier in March, without specifying that NFT will be added to Instagram in the near future.

As the Financial Times reported a few days ago, Meta wants to test NFT on Instagram, while adding the ability to create unique tokens, and plans to add a feature to Facebook groups it uses. You can consider membership in different groups to have NFT for that group.

The Instagram post in support of Atrium, Solana and Paligan NFT soon appeared for the first time on Arzdigital.

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