Having an NFT as a Twitter profile image will allow others to easily identify the public crypto wallet address of the account owner. A hexagon shaped frame will surround your NFT profile photo.
Cryptocurrency and NFT-using enterprises now have a new promotional channel. Right now, the only way for a Twitter user to utilize an NFT as their profile photo is via the Twitter app on an iOS or Android smartphone. The hexagon shaped NFT profile photo is visible on all platforms.
Dealings Made Using a Cryptocurrency Wallet
According to the Twitter Help website, “We’re adding NFTs as one of several options to modify your Twitter profile so that you may show off the NFTs you own in a hex-shaped profile picture on your Twitter account.”
People will be able to link your Twitter account and to your public crypto wallet address if you use an NFT profile image. As all of this data is publicly accessible on the blockchain, your Twitter account will be linked to ayour crypto wallet transactions and holdings, including all other NFTs in that wallet, both now and in the past.
Twitter has also guaranteed that it will never make a demand on a user’s cryptocurrency wallet. However, they stress the need for users to keep vigilance and reject any transfer requests from their wallets that aren’t associated with known transactions.
According to Twitter, “Twitter will never request your private key or seed phrase, and you should never share your private keys or seed phrases elsewhere, even on Twitter.”
What Are NFTs?
NFTs, also known as non-fungible tokens, are digital or physical assets represented by tokens stored on a blockchain. Tokens like Ethereum, Solana, Wax, and others are used to transact in NFTs, which are stored and protected on cryptocurrency blockchains.