Samsung Goes Big on NFTs with New NFT Explorer and TV – based Market Aggregator

  • Samsung has announced an innovative NFT platform based on TV screen in hopes of leveraging the growing sector.
  • The platform allows users to browse, shop, display NFTs, and even learn more about their history.

Samsung electronics giant is bringing non-fungible signals (NFTs) to the screens of Samsung TV owners. As part of its New Year’s resolution, the company plans to integrate NFT support into the TV range this year. This means that Samsung TV owners will be able to browse NFTs, make purchases, and even display them on their screens – essentially everything that the NFT market offers like OpenSea.

“With the growing demand for NFT, there has never been a greater need for a solution to today’s fragmented shopping and viewing landscape,” the company said in a press release. «In 2022, Samsung brings the world’s first screen – based NFT market explorer and aggregator, an innovative platform that lets you browse, buy and display your favorite art, all in one place.»

In addition, Samsung notes that the new integrated NFT platform will allow creators to «share their art with the world.» Prospective buyers will have the opportunity to preview the NFTs they are interested in before purchasing. What’s more, a restless mind will be able to learn more about the history of NFTs and blockchain metadata from its TV screens.

Samsung announces new NFT platform

Like Dolby Vision and Netflix Calibration Mode, Samsung’s NFT platform will have a smart calibration feature for screen specification. With it, TV owners will be able to adjust their screen settings «according to the creator’s default values, so you can have peace of mind that your work looks flawed, and image quality faithful to the original.»

More details about Samsung’s new product will be released when the company launches this year’s TV in the next fortnight.

In particular, this announcement makes Samsung the first TV manufacturer in the world to integrate this level of NFT support. And with the hyper that sees digital collections as time goes by, other similar players, like the Roku and Amazon Fire TV, could follow suit.

NFTs in 2022

2021 was the most successful year for NFTs, with a record trade volume of $ 23 billion. Actors like Samsung are promising to continue or surpass this trend. However, it is not clear whether this is the case, as regulators around the world are beginning to attract the attention of the industry. I wonder if NFTs bring real value to their owners or if they are just too big faces.

Over the years, Samsung has shown unprecedented interest and support for the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry. More than a year ago, the company offered a free Bitcoin (BTC) offer for every Samsung product purchased. The company also launched a secure way to store crypto assets with its Samsung Blockchain Keystore and Samsung Blockchain Wallet. Its developments in the industry came in the form of partnerships with Stellar Lumens and the Tron blockchain.

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