Clearly, Twitter is a much more friendly place for NFT fans. The net sentiment for Twitter NFT posts has only dipped into the negative once since 2021, while it’s become more positive in recent months. This shows Twitter were on the right track when they brought in NFT profile pictures.
Things aren’t so rosey over on Reddit. On this platform, the conversation has been mostly negative since October last year, and it was barely positive before that. Redditors have far more scepticism of NFT technology, while a major pixel art subreddit banned NFT posts entirely.
If we put this all together, it’s safe to say NFTs are not attracting the attention they once were, but this will likely shift and change whenever the technology hits the headlines. Regardless of that, the active members of the NFT world don’t seem to be falling away, and they’re doing their best to keep spirits high.
Only time will tell if their dedication is well placed.
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