Starting in January, Brazilian cryptocurrency enthusiasts will be able to buy NFTs directly on Samsung Smart TVs. According to the company reported to Cointelegraph Brasil a laCollection As one of the first partners of Samsung’s Web3 platform on TV app available on Samsung NFT Hub.
The application will be officially unveiled during Samsung’s First Look conference At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s most influential technology event, taking place in Las Vegas from January 5, 2023.
Through the app, digital collectors around the world can view, enjoy and collect, such as NFTs, Masterpieces from the world’s greatest museums, cultural institutions and artists on their televisions. Among the works available are The Dancers’ Break (1881-85) by Edgar Degas, Portrait of Wally Neuzel (1912) by Egon Scheele and Metaflora (2022) by Cinnie Pearce.
“With the demand for NFTs growing, the need for a solution to today’s fragmented landscape and buying has never been greater. Samsung launches TV-based NFT Explorer and Market Aggregator, an innovative platform that lets you browse, buy, and display your favorite art — all in one place. One. “
The laCollection app will be integrated into Samsung’s new 2022 and 2023 premium TV lines, including QLED and Neo QLED collections. In conjunction with the launch of France’s second Pastels NFT collection, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and laCollection will also be offering free copy NFTs at CES 2023.
We are committed to making art accessible and purchasing digital collectibles smoother than ever. With our mission in mind, we couldn’t be more proud to partner with Samsung Electronics to develop the innovative Web3 collection experience. Their dedication to user experience and focus on quality paintings is perfectly aligned with Our vision is to enable anyone, anywhere to interact with their favorite artists, as if it were a physical painting’ collection.
The one who also announced the partnership with Samsung was Polygon (MATIC). According to the developers of MATIC, the streaming app, Savage, will also be among the apps available on Samsung’s NFT Hub.
Savage also listed the benefits to content creators listing to their marketplace instead of using OpenSea. These benefits include better returns, managed rights agreements already built into the metadata, higher resolution uploads, and access to 25 million households.
Savage NFT, launched early last year, is the first carbon-neutral NFT marketplace. This marketplace allows creators to share their work in the format of their choice, including original raw images, as it has a file size limit of 2GB.
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