Instagram has just announced the rollout of digital collectibles on its platform in Hong Kong. Creators, collectors, and businesses now have an opportunity to share NFTs they own through various formats, such as art, images, videos, music, or trading cards.

Meta, a company that makes platforms for creative communities and their audiences to thrive, is launching an exciting new feature. The goal? To open the doors of opportunity by allowing people in local spaces like artist colonies or alternative venues to support themselves financially through sponsorships with your business- all while being able to connect more seamlessly than ever before.

International actor and film director Stephen Fung has started to display his NFT artwork on the app, including one piece that is currently available for purchase. Local illustrator Dustykid also uses Instagram as a platform to showcase their work artistically, with followers able to follow along through this social media site's built-in features.

Posting a digital collectible on Instagram is an easy process. To get started, all you need to do is link your wallet with the app.

Third-party wallets are a great way to keep your cryptocurrency safe while also being able to access it at any time. There are so many options out there now that you'll never have trouble finding one.

The beauty of a digital collectible is that it has the ability to stand out from regular posts. A shimmer effect on your post makes you even more special, and if its creator or collector status is also attributed then, everyone can know just how cool they are.

Sep 8, 2022
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