US-based computer networking company Netgear, California, has come up with a way to turn non-fungible tokens (NFTs) into a showpiece for interior decoration. Starting this month, the company will begin beta testing its Smart Frame product called Mural to act as a display for NFTs. Netgear has partnered with cryptocurrency wallet MetaMask to allow its users to upload their NFT holdings on Mural. With this feature, Netgear is also promising to fine-tune its security provisions to protect the NFTs uploaded on its Smart Frame.
on the company Website, the mural has been described as a way to “bring photos to life”, including those with twists in the crypto sector.
“Old Art, New Art, NFT, crypto art, and everything in between. Meural lets you enjoy art worth over $3 billion (approximately Rs 22,377 crore) in a single digital frame,” the website reads.
Any NFTs purchased through MetaMask will feed directly into these digital frames, turning the NFTs into mural images and a new-age decor item.
In addition, Mural owners will also be able to showcase programmable NFT artworks from blockchain-based art platform “Async Art,” Netgear said.
According to Market Tracker data, in the third quarter of 2021, the sales volume of NFTs increased to $10.7 billion (about Rs 79,820 crore), an increase of eight times from the previous quarter. DappRadar,
The rising sales and high prices of NFTs have baffled many, but the manifold growth shows little or no depreciation.
recently, samsung It has added a new “NFT Aggregation Platform” as part of its latest Smart TV model. This feature will allow people to browse NFTs for sale and even buy them through TV sets.
Last year, Twitter It reportedly started working on a tab called “Collective” for users to show their NFT collections and holdings on the micro-blogging platform.
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