With Twitter’s NFT profile display option, NFT owners can display their goods. The option to display the new Twitter NFT profile photo is getting closer, with some users now being informed about it in the app.
Some users are now being prompted to add an NFT as their profile image, which will be displayed in a new, hexagonal format and provide a direct link to the NFTs listing on a blockchain as proof of ownership.
— richardting.eth (@flytip) January 12, 2022
What is Twitter’s NFT profile display option?
Twitter is planning to use its official integration process, which will make it easier for NFT owners to show their ownership with the back-end connection to each NFT’s genuine information ensuring that only the actual owner of an image can display it in the new profile picture format.
After that connection is established, profile visitors will be able to view additional information about each NFT by tapping on it, leading to a list of both the owner and creator as shown on the chain.
The new system also solves a major NFT disadvantage, which is that anybody can right-click and save your picture as their profile photo. Only the property owner will have access to the official hexagonal format PFP, reducing unlawful usage and improving the overall NFT presentation procedure, with this new method.
Meanwhile, for those caught up in the NFT hype, which appears to be focused on community and participation rather than the projects themselves, this new Twitter profile display option may be a useful way to inform other NFT collectors about your most recent purchases.
Despite the fact that Twitter hasn’t revealed any specifics about a full rollout or test, it appears to be on its way.