OnlyFans has joined the NFT bandwagon as the platform for adult content now allows creators to put their digital collectibles on profile pictures, Reuters has learned. The company's head Ami Gan told the media the move is the first step "in exploring the role that NFTs can play on our platform."
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However, OnlyFans will allow its creators to upload only those NFTs which are listed on OpenSea, which means tokens listed on other marketplaces like Rarible or SuperRare are won't be available at launch.
The move comes just a few weeks after Twitter Blue Labs launched NFT avatars for its subscribers. However, the feature is yet available only to iOS users. Other social media giants like YouTube and Instagram have also demonstrated their interest in NFTs as the market keeps growing.