Twitter will allow users to show NFT marketplace listings from certain platforms, as well as a button to buy and sell collectibles.
In collaboration with four markets, social media company Twitter announced that users would be able to purchase, trade, and display NFTs directly through tweets.
The NFT Tweet Tiles displays an NFT’s artwork in a dedicated panel within a tweet and includes a button that allows users to navigate to a marketplace listing.
Those markets are spread over multiple blockchain networks, including Ethereum, Solana, Flow, Polygon, Tezos, and Immutable X.
According to a Twitter official, the functionality is blockchain-agnostic, which means that all networks are enabled as long as the connections are from a partnered marketplace
Shoutout to Elon Musk.
The representative added that the “feature is currently being tested with select Twitter users across iOS and web,” adding that if they are in the test group, they will see the NFT Tweet Tile integration. It is not necessary to have a Twitter Blue premium subscription to use the function.
In January, Twitter began supporting NFTs as verified profile images through its Twitter Blue membership service, however it now only accepts Ethereum NFTs.