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The Samsung TVs That Let You Trade NFTs

The Samsung TVs That Let You Trade NFTs

Last updated 24th Jun 2022
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Samsung electronics has announced that its Consumer Electronics Show (CES) offerings for 2022 will include a range of TVs fitted with an app that will enable users purchase and sell non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

In a recent announcement, Samsung explained that the app would be called the NFT Platform. The company included the following description about the new offering:

“This application features an intuitive, integrated platform for discovering, purchasing and trading digital artwork.”

It was also revealed that the app will also come as standard on new Micro LED, Neo QLED and The Frame models as part of a new “Smart Hub” that “puts content curation and discovery front and center with their viewing preferences.”

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The release called the app an “NFTs management” feature.

The firm also reported that the platform will “pull in NFTs from several marketplaces, so users can preview the art and see other relevant details,” including details such as “who created the work, as well as relevant blockchain metadata,” adding:

“Those who already own NFTs can also use the platform to showcase their collection.”

A number of Samsung TV models – including The Frame – have previously been marketed as devices that double as digital picture frames. These frames enable users to display conventional or digital artworks when they are not watching TV or streaming video.

Samsung has made a range of free and purchasable images available to its users via a Samsung-curated platform. Allowing TV viewers to delve into the wider world of NFTs – and even trade them using their TV sets – is a new departure for the company.

The firm may well seek to utilize some of the same technology that it already uses in its blockchain wallets, which come as standard on a number of flagship smartphones.

The offering will be released on January 5. Many experts are predicting that other leading electronics brands will also unveil NFT or metaverse-themed offerings at the event, which wraps up at the weekend.

Ruby Layram

Ruby Layram

Ruby is a writer for Bankless Times, covering the latest news on the cryptocurrency market and blockchain industry. Ruby has been a professional personal finance and investment writer for 2 years and is currently building her own portfolio of altcoins. She is currently studying Psychology at the University of Winchester, specialising in Statistical analysis.