Twitter Enables NFT (Non-Fungible Token) Profile by Blue Subscribers
Twitter Inc. has introduced a unique feature that enables some customers of its Blue subscription service to retain their non-fungible tokens (NFTs), as their profile images. Twitter Blue is offered in the United States of America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
NFT is a non-fungible cryptocurrency token, which means it cannot be exchanged similar to money or exchanged for another asset. NFTs serve as authentication tokens for digital products such as digital art that can be traced and exchanged using blockchain technology. The token enables artists, singers, video game makers, and other content producers to safeguard their works of art, such as paintings, songs, movies, games, and tweets.
The latest functionality on Twitter will enable users to showcase their NFTs as a means of certifying cryptoassets retained on the blockchain. Twitter stated in a statement that Blue subscribers may now try putting an NFT as their profile photo in Twitter Blue Labs on iOS, with support coming soon for Android and the web.
Nevertheless, irrespective of the platform they are presently using, everybody on Twitter will be able to view the updated image. Until recently, some Twitter users have allegedly used an image of their NFT as their profile picture. Users may personalize their Twitter profiles by uploading distinct profile and header photographs. They may add an username, bio, area, birth date, and url to their profile, as well as choose a theme color and pin a Tweet that others will see when they visit their page.
According to the company’s website, Twitter Blue, an opt-in, premium monthly membership service, is intended to assist users in personalizing Twitter. This is part of the company’s ongoing endeavor to improve the Twitter experience. The program provides subscribers with exclusive entry to premium content, and also advanced access to the latest features before they become generally accessible. Twitter Blue is currently available on the App Store, Google Play, and the web.