The functionalities are now available to a select set of creators in the United States and will be spread to other countries in the near future. Meta also stated that support for Solana’s Phantom wallet is now available, and that information about OpenSea collections can now be seen on the platform.
A $100 billion creator economy cannot be achieved without a digital economy with higher mobility than today’s web services, according to Stephane Kasriel, Meta’s commerce fintech and web3 head, in a blog post. Meta’s long-term goal is to help creators make a livelihood, and the business will not charge fees in its digital collectable marketplace until 2024, and it will pay any blockchain-related gas expenses.
The addition of digital assets follows Meta’s statement last month that it will integrate NFT visibility and access for Facebook and Instagram.
Expert in: Google Ads, SEM Expert, PPC Specialist, Paid Social, Facebook, Web Design and DeFi. I work exclusively with successful businesses that are looking to take things to the next level or ambitious startups who give themselves the means to do so. I have experience in many verticals: SaaS, finance, cryptocurrency, retail, real estate, law, IT, medical, pharmaceutical, travel and many more.