YouTube joins the trend of NFT and provides creators with new tools. YouTube is officially getting into the NFT game. YouTube’s chief product officer Neal Mohan announced in a blog post on Thursday that the platform will be introducing new tools to help creators make more money from their content is reportedly toying with the idea of bringing NFTs to those platforms. A few creators with some of the first viral videos on YouTube have already sold their original videos as NFTs. In April of 2021 including monetization features for YouTube Shorts—the platform’s short-form videos 000. Other videos that have sold as NFTs include Charlie Bit My Finger while continuing to strengthen and enhance the experiences creators and fans have on YouTube. YouTube isn’t the only social media company getting in on the NFT action. Twitter rolled out an NFT feature in January that lets users display their NFTs on Twitter via a hexagonal profile picture. And Facebook and Instagram’s parent

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