NFT marketplace Nifty Gateway said that together with the electronics giant Samsung it will develop a “first-ever smart TV NFT platform” that can be used to purchase and trade digital art and collectibles.
Nifty Gateway, which is owned by the major cryptoasset exchange Gemini, has already integrated its NFT marketplace into Samsung’s 2022 premium TV product lines, the company said in a press release.
Nifty Gateway said that in cooperation with Samsung, they would offer customers access to more than 6,000 digital art from prominent artists including Beeple, Daniel Arsham, Pak, and more.
The marketplace also pointed out that Samsung users will be able to spot verified NFTs and use a variety of methods, including debit cards, credit cards, or crypto, to purchase digital collectibles.
Earlier this year, Samsung announced that its Consumer Electronics Show (CES) offerings for 2022 will include a range of TVs fitted with an app that lets users browse, buy, and sell digital assets.
“This application features an intuitive, integrated platform for discovering, purchasing and trading digital artwork,” the South Korean electronics giant said.
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