Mark Zuckerberg announced his custom-made 1992 little league baseball card is going on sale soon, with an NFT included as part of the deal.
Zuckerberg had a card made saying he hit for.920 at age eight. Now it has been authenticated and put up for sale as an actual collectible.
Instagram is already in a state of confusion, rolling back tests of tiktok-like features. Ceo Adam Mosseri told Casey Newton,’people are frustrated and the usage data is n’t great’.
The market of digital collectibles has collapsed sharply since peak in the winter. Sales of’digital collectibles’ have remained flat in the months since peak.
Newton noted that meta, Twitter, and Reddit are all pushing forward NFT projects but do n’t have any data to share on how they’re doing.
Collectingibles will explode in value, but we are n’t there yet. Zuckerberg is trying to build the augmented and virtual reality spaces.
The test of NFT support is available across 100 countries, with connections coming for Coinbase wallet and dapper as well as nfts from the flow blockchain.