NFT integration could harm Facebook, Twitter

 NFT can drag traditional social networks like Facebook, Twitter into new troubles related to copyright and data control.

Lawmakers around the world are also looking to limit the power from Meta, Twitter. These are also two of the Internet companies embroiled in a controversy over whether social networks are responsible for the spread of violent and extremist content. Going to NFT - the technology being used by many scammers and thieves - seems like a crazy move at the moment.

Both Twitter and Meta declined to comment on the matter.

"While there are still valid use cases for NFT, more and more people are losing faith in this trend," said PJ Cooper, founder of Pandimensional Trading. He supports Twitter's entry into the NFT market, but is concerned that users could save other people's NFT avatars and create their own NFTs from there.

Allie Mack, a spokesperson for OpenSea - the world's largest NFT trading platform, confirmed that Twitter's NFT avatars will be verified through the company's system. However, many people believe that relying on a third party is the wrong decision.

"OpenSea is unreliable," commented Patrick McCorry, an engineer at blockchain firm Infura. According to him, copyright is an issue that technology companies need to pay attention to before putting NFT on their platform. Meanwhile, OpenSea is in trouble as stolen work is being sold as NFT on the platform. The problem is so prominent that DeviantArt, an art site, has had to create a tool that scans and notifies artists when their work is NFT-tagged and sold.

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