Twitter announced in September 2021 that users can make their NFT their profile picture, and this feature is now live. Thus, Twitter gave the first signal of the transition from web2 to web3!

Twitter Introduces the Feature to Make NFTs Profile Photo

Twitter, in a statement in September 2021, mentioned a new feature that it will add to its platform. This feature would make the profiles of people who own NFT private. Twitter’s ability to make NFTs profile photos is now available. Users will be able to use the purchased NFT as a profile photo in a hexagon. This feature has been released for the iOS version for now. Twitter stated that it will release this feature for Android and web users in the future. However, using only the iOS version is not enough! You need to use Twitter’s paid subscription system ‘Twitter Blue’.
NFT purchased on Twitter will appear in a hexagon. According to the statements made by Twitter, Twitter Blue subscribers will be able to connect their wallets that support NFT with their accounts. The profile photo, which is shown as a hexagon, will make the user stand out from the rest. With this feature, Twitter was described as a continuation of the recent interest of social media companies in crypto assets.

Twitter Blue Users Can Connect With Their Digital Wallets

With its new move, Twitter has paved the way for displaying NFTs directly. People using Twitter Blue can now directly display their NFTs by connecting to their digital wallet. Among the wallets supported by Twitter are just some of the most popular cryptocurrency wallets. To make your NFT your profile photo; You need to use any of the Argent, Wallet, MetaMask, Rainbow, Coinbase, Ledger Live and Trust Wallet wallets. You then link these wallets to your profile. After the connection to your digital wallet is established, your ownership of NFT is checked and then it starts to be displayed on your profile.

All content in this article is for informational purposes only and in no way serves as investment advice. Investing in cryptocurrencies, commodities and stocks is very risky and can lead to capital losses.

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