As NFTs continue to dominate the digital landscape, world-leading brands are beginning to sit up and take notice. Now, tech gargantuan, Samsung, seeks to get a piece of the non-fungible sensation by introducing NFT tech into its latest televisions.
From the off, Samsung will integrate what it describes as an “NFT Aggregation Platform” into its MicroLed, Neo QLED and The Frame ranges of displays. This, in turn, will allow TV owners and NFT enthusiasts to browse, trade and display NFTs directly on their screen.
Samsung is putting NFTs in its smart TVs https://t.co/1buqCwmQ9d pic.twitter.com/xL0zAt2CLQ
— Engadget (@engadget) January 3, 2022
The updated UI will feature a home screen that displays a number of trending NFTs from some of the biggest marketplaces available, and give the option to delve deeper and search for the perfect asset, collectible or artwork, while additionally providing the functionality to purchase or sell NFTs via the interface.
Furthermore, the updated tech will also allow avid collectors to display their prized asset. Samsung’s amazing device will then optimize its settings based on the original creator’s preference, thereby forevermore replacing the traditional black void left by idling televisions with a supreme work of digital elegance. Or, you know, a badly rendered scribbling of a cat, whatever floats your boat.
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