Korean electronics giant, LG, has become the latest high-profile manufacturer to include NFTs in its services. He recently started his own business.LG Art LabShop for the latest smart TVs.
With the new app, LG owners in the US will be able to use it WebOS 5.0 And what’s more, you can access the service directly from the home screen and engage in the traditionally fun buying, selling and trading of digital assets. Additional access is provided through personal computers and smartphones.
Going forward, LG will offer more art-based NFT collectors in the new marketplace, which collectors can purchase using LGs smartphone-based crypto wallet, ‘Wallypto’. This feature provides an intuitive environment that works without any necessary crypto knowhow.
LG Art Lab is pleased to be the first of its kind carbon negative NFT marketplace that integrates seamlessly across your mobile, desktop and LG TV.
— LG Art Lab (@LGartLab) September 3, 2022
LGs bold new direction comes in partnership with the lesser-known Hedera network. An energy-efficient proof of stake blockchain that promises to save carbon negative transactions at roughly $0.0001. It’s the forward-thinking protocol that LG has forged a close bond with since its return in 2020.
“LG Art Lab is designed to allow millions of users in the US to easily access NFTs without having to interact with code or directly with the blockchain.He said. – Chris Joe – LG Electronics
The move follows in the footsteps of fellow tech juggernaut Samsung, which released its own NFT platform earlier in the year.
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