Like a zombie in the video game or movie of your choice, NFTs are still out there looking for suckers. However, the detail is that its validity after the disaster has been ensured by the support of celebrities and important companies. Although the fever for these tokens had a disastrous end, there are promises to keep and Meta has done the same by integrating support for this digital content on Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook and Instagram already have support for NFT
According to a report by Engadget, Meta has launched its support system for NFTs on Facebook and Instagram, which allows linking the digital wallets of users who have these tokens to make them part of their social networks. Although the movement is controversial given the resounding fall of the NFT scene, with the financial collapse that this produced for most of its members, it is said that this is only the first step in what would be an internal market with this type of tokens, all within the limits of Meta.
It seems that the NFTs are far from dead and an example of this was the presentation of Eminem and Snoop Dogg during the MTV Video Music Awards 2022, where they showed off their exclusive tokens from the Bored Ape Yacht Club series, giving a sample of what can be do with the Metaverse.
Despite this, uncertainty remains the common denominator at this time regarding NFTs, proof of which are the recent statements by Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, who assured that the brand moves cautiously around these forms of interaction digital.
On the other hand, the presentation of Everywhere, the new game or platform of the former president of Rockstar North, was in the spotlight and was widely criticized for its insinuations to the integration of an NFT model, this when no details were revealed about whether it is about a video game as a service or a creative space.