Do you remember MySpace’s “Top 8” friends list?
(I’m looking at you, Elon 😉 )
Twitter needs a “Top 8” NFT list in every user’s profile.
If you were in middle or high school in 2005, chances are you had a tricked-out MySpace page.
MySpace was the OG social media platform.
All you millennials out there will remember:
• Picking badass songs for your profile.
• Choosing a 🔥 background.
• Embedding YouTube videos.
• Answering silly little quizzes to try and look cool.
But above all else, I’m sure you remember…
🔹 The Legendary “Top 8.”
MySpace allowed users to rank their 8 best friends (SAVAGE!).
These were the only 8 profiles you could see on a users page.
The feature turned into a popularity contest.
And people loved it.
If you knocked a friend out of your Top 8, you better buckle up for some…
🔹Twitter needs to use the “Top 8” framework with NFTs.
Elon Musk should let Twitter users display 8 of their favorite NFTs at the top of their profiles.
An NFT “Top 8” would:
• Allow NFT owners to support multiple projects.
• Enhance opportunities for creative expression.
• Normalize digital assets.
• Stir up some drama!
Regarding that last point…
People are bound to get riled up whenever exclusive lists are involved.
🔹An NFT “Top 8” would also be a way for you to support digital art without having to change your identity.
Twitter lets you showcase one verified NFT at a time – via your profile picture.
So, if you want to rep an additional collection or 1/1 piece of art, you must change your digital identity (AKA your PFP).
That’s a tough sell.
A “Top 8” NFT list would fix the issue.
So Elon, if you’re reading, what say you??
Let’s make it happen!
Twitter should take note from MySpace and implement a “Top 8” NFT list b/c:
• Users want to support numerous NFT collections.
• Users want a more Web3 friendly Twitter.
• It’d intrigue normies and stir up some fun conversations amongst NFT owners.