Verified NFTs will appear as hexagons instead of circles on a user’s profile
Twitter blue was launched last year as a new way for users to enjoy better twitter experiences. Today they have extended that functionality allowing users to add NFTs as their PFPs with a hexagon.
Twitter’s newest feature – the ability to authenticate your own NFTs and show them off in their profile photos – was recently introduced to people who purchase a $2.99 monthly Twitter Blue subscription.
Setting up an NFT profile picture means people can associate your Twitter account with your connected wallet’s public crypto wallet address. This means your Twitter account will be associated with your current and historical crypto wallet transactions and holdings, including all other NFTs in that wallet, because this information is all available on the public blockchain.
A couple of things to be aware of when connecting a crypto wallet to your Twitter account:
Twitter will never request funds from your crypto wallet. You should remain vigilant, and check all incoming requests to your wallet. Don’t accept any transfer requests unless it is a known transaction to you.
Twitter will never request your private key or seed phrase, and you should never share your private keys or seed phrases anywhere, including on Twitter.
Although we won’t maintain an ongoing connection with your crypto wallet, we store your public address to ensure that it continues to hold the NFT you set as your profile picture.
Which crypto wallets do NFT profiles pictures support?
Subscribers will also get access to perks, such as customizable app icons for their device’s home screen and fun color themes for their Twitter app, and will have access to dedicated subscription customer support.
Twitter is an excellent social media platform to use for business. It is a great way to connect with customers and build relationships with them. Twitter also provides a lot of opportunities for content creators to promote their work and get more exposure.