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Twitter set to partner with four major NFT marketplaces on trial basis

Previously, Twitter gave its paying members access to another experimental feature that allowed them to connect their crypto wallets to their accounts.

Twitter is set to partner with four major NFT marketplaces on a trial basis!

  • The social media giant recently revealed that it will be allowing its users to buy, sell as well as exhibit NFTs (non-fungible tokens) directly via tweets with the support of four major marketplaces.
  • As reported, Twitter is set to enable a feature on an experimental basis that will allow users to buy and sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs) through tweets posted on the microblogging site.
  • The trading will be enabled through partnerships with four marketplaces.

New changes were expected following the takeover of Twitter by Elon Musk.

And in the latest, we get to know that the now-Elon Musk-owned website has announced an experimental feature that prominently displays NFT listings when users tweet a link to them, so long as they’re from one of its partner marketplaces.

An NFT Tweet Tile displays a large photo of the digital artwork, along with its title and creator. It also features a button that takes users straight to the marketplace listing where they can purchase or sell their own collectibles.

Twitter has initially partnered with multi-chain NFT marketplace Rarible, Solana-and-Etherium-focused marketplace Magic Eden, Dapper Labs (the team behind Top Shot), and Jump. trade.

Twitter has announced that its testing NTF Tweet Tiles that will offer some links from those four will show up for those chosen to participate in the test.

“Some links to NFTs on @rarible, @MagicEden, @dapperlabs, and @Jumptradenft will now show you a larger picture of the NFT alongside details like the title and creator. One more step in our journey to let developers impact the Tweet experience,” Twitter said.

 

As reported, it’s testing the integration “with select Twitter users across iOS and web” and it is not limited to Blue premium subscribers.

Previously, Twitter gave its paying members access to another experimental feature that allowed them to connect their crypto wallets to their accounts.

After they do so, the users will be able to display an NFT as their profile photo, which will show up with an icon indicating that they’re the official owner of the digital artwork.

 

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