The whole crypto and non-crypto industry witnessed how the NFTs concept came to life at the end of 2020 and further in 2021, integrating a significant part of the non-crypto industry into the crypto industry.
We are in 2022 now, but the use of NFTs doesn’t seem to be going anywhere as new companies are introducing their unique use cases of NFTs in this industry.
South Korean Giant tech company recently announced its plans to support NFTs Digital artworks in its TV products. LG announced its involvement in the same initiative just like Samsung.
According to a press release, LG company confirmed that it will implement better LED TV display to do something better for the NFTs marketplace.
Park Hyung-se, head of home entertainment business at LG company, mentioned that LG has plans to incorporate NFTs into its TV product.
He also mentioned that LG’s organic light-emitting diode of high quality will improve the NFTs based initiative of its TV line.
Whether it is LG or Samsung the situation is the same for both the companies. They will work to enhance their TV display in order for them to provide better support for NFTs.
Asides from these initiatives, few people are sceptical about how TV will accommodate the NFTs marketplace system.
South Korean crypto investor, Chung Seung-mo who’s also largely inclined in NFTs based projects said that NFTs support initiatives put together by these companies is unworthy because it will be difficult for the NFTs Marketplace.
“It is still convenient for me to surf the internet eon what we call a smart television so I don’t see the relevance of having an NFT trading platform on my TV. I doubt it will be a pleasant experience buying an NFT on TV,” he explained.
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