Yes and no. On my 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and Touch ID. Yes. Of course, but not on a hack. Absolutely not.
The reason for this is that APFS is developed for Apple hardware, with Apple firmware. Third party solid state media do not come with/support the Apple firmware, which will try to fix errors for you (think strong ECC) but that won’t happen on third party SSD’s. At least not in the same degree.
Many people will be sorry one day soon… and I am not going to be one of them. No thanks.
Let’s take cp as example. Blistering fast, but then again. it won’t actually copy the file. It’s more like a symbolic link (to some degree) and thus if a file is damaged… from a hardware point of view, then you are toast, since there is no way of telling that the content of that file didn’t change. This due to the lack of user data checksums.