Goal ad this Thursday August 4th that Instagram now offers a way to share your NFT and digital collectibles on your page by connecting your digital wallet. And to do it, mark zuckerberg he jumped into the void with a photograph that is now a non-fungible token: a baseball card of himself at age 8.
The physical card will be auctioned off, along with a digital version stored on the blockchain. An 8-year-old Zuckerberg gave the card to his camp counselor in 1992, Allie Tarantino, and she kept it and is now selling it.
Zuckerberg, at that age, had a .980 batting average, his favorite player was Roger Clemens, and his favorite team was the Yankees.
In its expansion to Instagram, Meta maintains that, “To post a digital collectible, all you need to do is connect your digital wallet to Instagram. Starting today, we support connections to third-party wallets including Rainbow, MetaMask, Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet, and Dapper Wallet coming soon. Supported blockchains at this time include Ethereum, Polygon, and Flow. There are no fees associated with posting or sharing a digital collectible on Instagram.”
Mark Zuckerberg’s NFT is a sample of what could be achieved.