Samsung Reveals New TV Feature With NFT Trading Support
Cryptocurrencies and other financial technologies have been gaining in popularity all throughout the world, but this has not always been an easy road. In some cases, it has taken a lot of hard work and perseverance to succeed. However, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) may be about to become a major force in this field- one that is already impacting many people globally.
Samsung Smart TVs to add NFT Features
This became evident as details emerged about Samsung's plans to launch a new set of smart TVs with a built-in platform that provides users a platform to browse, buy and sell NFTs. This is significant because it indicates that the company is planning to invest in this type of technology, which would allow it to gain an edge over its competitors.
TVs that come with the Micro LED, Neo QLED, and The Frame will have an NFT Platform app. This app will allow you to browse, purchase and trade digital artwork using this TV's platform.
The statement given indicated that the company had to embrace NFTs demand due to the ever-growing rate of their use in global markets.
This demand, the company explained, necessitated a situation whereby a new solution became inevitable for the already fragmented viewing and purchasing landscape in the world. This has never been greater in our times because of technological advances.
The company plans to become the first company to provide the first set of smart TV NFT explorers and marketplace aggregators this year, thereby putting it in a position of control over the industry.
There is little public information regarding how the company plans to do this, what NFTs platforms will be partnered with, or how any other items will be included in the product.
Although the company says that it won't tamper with image quality, they have made it clear that they will still create NFTs which are specific to their own purposes and values.
Samsung Next is investing in metaverse projects, which include a gaming platform that integrated NFTs. On Wednesday, the firm participated in an investment round for a metaverse gaming platform. The target of the round was Fidelity Investments, which is one of the world's largest investors in Metaonductors and artificial intelligence companies.