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Twitter Unveils Web3 Type of Verification Tool Via NFT PFP Feature For Twitter Blue Subscribers.

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Twitter has unveiled a type of web3 verification tool feature via NFT profile picture(pfp) upload for Twitter Blue subscribers.

Currently available for iOS For users, with Twitter Blue, the company’s $2.99-a-month subscription service. This Twitter Blue subscribers feature enables users to upload and connect their NFT as PFP from a selected crypto wallet.

The steps includes;

• Open Twitter Blue page or app,

• Click on Edit profile, click on profile picture icon , two options will appear, one is select camera picture, while another is select NFT Profile.

• Choose NFT profile, click connect and link of supported crypto wallets will appear.

• Your NFT in your wallet will load and upload as your Profile picture.

At launch, Coinbase Wallet, Rainbow, MetaMask, Ledger Live, Argent, and Trust Wallet are supported. After authenticating, you’ll select the NFT you want to showcase. Twitter says that, currently, JPEG and PNG NFTs minted on the Ethereum (ERC-721 or ERC-1155 tokens) can be used as NFT Profile Pictures.

Once live, Twitter users who come across the NFT will be able to tap on the profile picture to learn more about the art, its collection, provenance, and more. For instance, you’ll be able to see if a project or collection has been verified by OpenSea or another third-party marketplace.

The company hasn’t yet made a decision as to whether or not it will make the feature available at some later date to non-subscribers, but says it will monitor feedback from Twitter Blue users and make additional updates over time.

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