LG Europe has announced a collaboration with Fr0ntierX, a Web3 service provider, to bring interactive NFT integrations on LG webOS Smart Signage.
This collaboration is based on Fr0ntierX’s portfolio of software solutions and its unique application, which enables real-time safe authentication of NFTs in retail environments, events, and other modern infrastructure.
This opens up a new set of opportunities for businesses, events, festivals, and people to investigate while optimizing NFT utility.
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The collaboration will also enable the world’s first Proof of Attendance Protocol (PoAP) for the LG One: Quick Flex, a display that won worldwide acclaim for its design and technology. With touch and drawing functionality, the display enables effective work collaboration, including capturing a photo or short video from the event as a memory stamp and sending it directly to the attendee’s digital wallet.
As a result of this partnership, LG will offer its latest NFT-enabled smart TVs, which were also recently shown at CEDIA Expo 2022.
NFT-support feature was made possible by LG’s release of LG Art Lab, an NFT platform that allows webOS 5.0 and later TV owners in the US to display, purchase, and sell NFTs directly from the Home Screen, and for which LG filed a trademark application in July.