Samsung’s newest smart TVs, which are expected to be released this year, may include a new feature that will excite Web3.0 enthusiasts: NFT support.

According to new sources, this degree of engagement, which has yet to be seen from the likes of Samsung, is on the horizon for the electronics manufacturing company. Let’s look at what we know so far and what we can reasonably expect from the brand in the future.

Is There a New Wave of NFT Support?

The year 2022 is swiftly approaching, and it is expected to bring a fresh wave of NFT interaction from major companies, creators, and traditional entertainment monoliths. Samsung is hosting the first week of the year, as reports have emerged to begin the year that the electronics firm is implementing NFT support on its smart TV products beginning this year. The reports come from the ground at the world’s largest electronics show, CES, which has just begun.

Samsung has also provided a screenshot teasing the new integration:


In response to the news, Samsung issued the following statement:

“With demand for NFTs on the rise, the need for a solution to today’s fragmented viewing and purchasing landscape has never been greater,” the company said in a press release. “In 2022, Samsung is introducing the world’s first TV screen-based NFT explorer and marketplace aggregator, a groundbreaking platform that lets you browse, purchase, and display your favorite art — all in one place.”

As shown in the screenshot from Samsung, the company wants to allow customers to browse NFT markets and maybe connect their wallets to display their own NFTs. According to early indications, buy and sell support will also be added. Cloud gaming and video chat capabilities are two other features teased for Samsung’s future smart TV lineup.


When it comes to crypto and blockchain discussion, televisions have largely gone unnoticed, but Samsung has quickly altered that. Earlier in 2021, the company made a concerted attempt to include Ledger functionality into a number of its Galaxy handsets.

Could this week’s action indicate larger backing from other TV and streaming services, such as Roku or Amazon Fire TV? There’s undoubtedly an argument to be made for TVs functioning as NFT ‘picture frames’ when your favorite material isn’t being presented for NFT owners.

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