Samsung announces the launch of the NFT platform for smart TVs

South Korean technology giant Samsung released a new smart TV product line with an integrated non-fungible token (NFT) platform. According to Monday’s announcement, Samsung’s Smart TVs such as Micro LED, Neo QLED and The Frame launched in 2022 will be equipped with NFT platform applications that can be used to “discover, buy and trade digital art.”

“As the demand for NFTs continues to increase, the need to solve today’s decentralized viewing and buying environment has never been stronger,” the company famous.

In 2022, the company’s goal is to launch the first smart TV NFT browser and market aggregator. The upcoming platform will allow viewers to browse and trade NFTs without leaving the sofa. Although it is not clear which NFT platforms or markets will be included in the aggregation, Samsung promises that its smart TVs will not tamper with the image quality and maintain the preset values ​​of the creators of the NFT.

In addition to integrating NFTs in its products, this Korean multinational conglomerate has been actively Invest in NFT and Metaverse Projects are carried out through Samsung Next, its venture capital arm.On Wednesday, the company participated in a round of investment Metaverse Game Platform.

In addition to Samsung, other major companies have also boarded the NFT train. As early as July 2021, Coca-Cola enters NFT For charitable purposes.One month later, the visa Purchased “CryptoPunk” NFT 150,000 USD.

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At the same time, last year digital art collections and digital collections NFT sales dominated, including 91% of total NFT salesWith the increase in sales, more and more companies based on NFT and metaverse are raising large amounts of funds to fund their projects.Blockchain game companies also raised More than one billion U.S. dollars in investment last year.