Twitter Inc. is expanding its non-fungible token functionality with a new feature called NFT Tiles. This allows users to partner with the social media platform Marketplace to buy, sell and display NFTs directly through their tweets. announced Thursday.
The platform is testing a new feature called “NFT Tweet Tiles” on four marketplaces: Solana-based Magic Eden, Flow blockchain developer Dapper Labs, Rarible, and sports-focused platform Jump.trade.
A non-fungible token (NFT) is a type of blockchain-based crypto asset that represents ownership of digital items such as digital art, video, music, collectible cards, video game items, concert tickets, etc. Using blockchain technology, these proofs of ownership can be created and bought and sold in cryptocurrencies. Virtual currency can also be exchanged for money, creating value.
Currently testing: NFT Tweet Tiles 🚀
Some links to NFTs @Raable, @Magic Eden, @dapperlabs When @Jumptradenft A large image of the NFT is now displayed with details such as title and author. Another step in our journey to empowering developers to influence the Tweet experience. pic.twitter.com/AkBisciB1i
— Twitter Developer (@TwitterDev) October 27, 2022
Some of these marketplace links to NFTs now display a large image of the NFT artwork, along with details such as title and author. Also, by linking to Marketplace, a user can jump directly from a Tweet to the Marketplace to buy, sell or trade his NFTs on the Marketplace.
Across all different markets, NFTs traverse multiple blockchain networks including Ethereum, Solana, Flow, Polygon, Tezos, and Immutable.twitter rep says Decryption The functionality itself is blockchain agnostic and all networks are supported as long as the link is from a supported network.
The same rep said the feature is currently being tested for Twitter users on iOS and web. If the selected test group user is in the test group, they will immediately see her NFT Tweet tile integration. User does not need her Twitter Blue premium subscription.
This integration test follows the addition of Twitter. Profile picture of NFT in January. This feature allows NFT artwork owners to display non-fungible token artwork in the form of “soft hexagons” on their Twitter profile, as long as they have a Twitter Blue subscription and an iOS device.
Instagram, a social media platform owned by parent company Meta, also Pilot NFT Gallery Expanded them in May internationally months later. His NFT gallery on Instagram supports Ethereum, Polygon, Solana and Flow as well.
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