It’s fine to stare at your non-fungible tokens on your smartphone or laptop screen. But why not remind everyone who visits your house of the money that you have spent on digital art NFTs? We live in a world that supports NFTs. Samsung claims it is planning to provide extensive support starting with its 2022 TV line.
The company released a press release saying that NFTs are in high demand and the need to find a solution to the fragmented viewing, purchasing and buying landscape of today is greater than ever. “In 2022, Samsung introduces the first TV-based NFT explorer/marketplace aggregator. This groundbreaking platform lets you browse, buy, and display your favorite artwork — all in one location.”
Samsung’s NFT TV platform preview.
Samsung claims that this platform will allow creators to “share their art with all the world” and enable potential buyers to do the same.
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Samsung also takes care of the details when viewing NFTs on 2022 TVs. Smart calibration on TVs will adjust display settings to the creator’s preset value, so you can be sure that your work is flawless, with true-to–the-original image quality.” This feature has been used before by Dolby Vision and Netflix Calibrated Mode. NFTs will now get the same treatment.
As the 2022 TVs begin shipping in the next few months, more information about the NFT platform will be available. Today’s announcement means that Samsung is now the first major TV manufacturer in supporting NFTs to this extent. Is this the beginning of a new trend? Are we witnessing the emergence of a new trend? Could your next Roku, Amazon Fire TV have some NFT integration? Keep checking our coverage at CES 2022 for more information.