Samsung enters the NFT space, making it easy for users to showcase and buy them

The spectacular growth of the NFT sector has come to electronics giant Samsung. The Korean company said it will integrate the new “NFT Aggregation Platform” on its smart TVs starting this year.

Samsung plans to jump into the NFT circuit with its next series of smart TVs

The January 3 announcement outlines the many updates Samsung plans to incorporate in its new smart TV series. The NFT aggregator platform will come with a number of features allowing customers to view their digital collections.

It will be available on Samsung’s MicroLed, Neo QLED, and The Frame models, and will also allow users to purchase the NFT directly from the TV.

As the name of the platform suggests, it will aggregate data from several marketplaces and provide information about the artwork such as who created it and which blockchain network it uses. So the giant aims to be the first electronics company to bring NFT to TVs.

The field of non-fungible tokens has experienced significant growth in 2021 with the entry of countless global celebrities and brands.

Athletes, entrepreneurs, musicians, politicians, and everyone in between are starting to get involved as NFT gives them the opportunity to strengthen their relationships with fans and more.

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