Samsung bringing nfts into your living room in 2022.

Samsung, ahead of their CES show have announced the next generation of TV’s. One highlight stands out against the backdrop of yearly feature enhancements.  NFTs.

MICRO LED, Neo QLED and Lifestyle TVs come with the latest advancements in picture quality, sound technology and smart features

• Neo QLEDs optimized with the new Smart Hub that enables smart content curation, cloud gaming, video calls, on-screen multitasking, NFTs management and more

• Expanded lineup and accessories offer increased customization for a tailored video and audio experience

NFT Platform: This application features an intuitive, integrated platform for discovering, purchasing and trading digital artwork through MICRO LED, Neo QLED and The Frame.

This is interesting as many platforms have quickly created apps on Apple TV, Fire Stick or Google Play to displace NFTs.  Having functionality built it to not only display NFTs but buy, sell and trade is monumental.  It will be interesting to see what happens from here as the coopetition between market places reaches fever pitch in 2022.

Thanks to the Neo Quantum Processor and the advancements in picture technology and sound it delivers, 2022 Neo QLED will provide some of the most pristine images and immersive soundscapes possible. In fact, this year’s Neo Quantum Processor introduces advanced contrast mapping with BLU (back-light unit), increasing the brightness level from 12 to 14-bit gradation for greater control of the light source – the Quantum Mini LEDs. This allows the TV to control its lighting across 16,384 steps, quadrupled from the previous 4,096 steps.

Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are tokens that are not exchangeable for each other. They are also known as “tokenized assets”.

NFTs can be used to represent many things, but they all have something in common: they cannot be exchanged for each other. That means that you can put anything into a NFT and there will always be one token that is different from the others.

There is no limit to the amount of things that can be tokenized with NFTs, which opens up potential use cases like virtual game items, artworks, or even real estate properties.

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