NFT browsing feature

NFT browsing feature will be available in the new smart TV of Samsung

NFT browsing feature will be available in the new smart TV of electronics giant Samsung. The firm has also introduced their “NFT aggregation Platform” that will enable users to trade and browse Non-Fungible Tokens.

NFT realm has caught the attention of mainstream media in the last year. The previous year has we have seen an unstoppable expansion of NFT space. The craze of the NFT universe is not slowing down this year too. Big institutions like Instagram, VISA, and many more are exploring NFTs. The multinational electronics giant, Samsung, has announced something very interesting about the NFT space.

Samsung is including NFT Browsing Feature:

NFT browsing feature will be available in the smart TV, according to the electronics giant, Samsung. Customers will be able to browse and trade NFTs through their MicroLed, Neo QLED, and Frame Models. The firm has explained that they have used Smart Calibration technology which automatically adjusts the TV’s setting to match the specifications of the original creator of the NFTs.

NFT browsing feature

Samsung NFT browsing feature will act as an aggregator to display the NFTs from the different marketplace. The associated details with NFTs like the creator’s name and pertinent blockchain data will be visible through this feature. I can see how the trend and behavior of institutions is changing towards this developing world of NFTs. Statistics from Chainalysis show that NFTs worth $26.9 billion were traded across all NFT.

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