Netgear is collaborating with Metamask to take advantage of the NFT market’s potential. The Meural smart frame is being repurposed as a display for NFTs by the networking hardware company. Netgear has a great foundation to build with thanks to Metamask’s 21 million monthly active users.
Netgear and Meural’s Partnership: What’s in it for Us?
The Meural digital picture frame has already been developed and is now on the market. The Netgear display will now show off NFTs rather than merely digital photographs. NFTs may now be uploaded to Meural and securely stored thanks to this agreement. As an added bonus, it gives NFTs a brand-new purpose. Imagine if your Bored Ape and Doodles NFT weren’t just a profile photo, but a real art show.
Netgear is not redesigning Meural especially for NFTs, as some have speculated. In other words, you may still make local or remote use of it to present slideshows and photographs taken from your phone It will also have access to the world’s biggest streaming art and photography collection. Classical and modern art, as well as a wide range of branded material, will be included in this collection. This service may be purchased for $8.95 per month or $69.95 per year, depending on the length of the contract.
Let’s go into the nitty-gritty details. Meural Frames come in a variety of sizes, so you’ll be able to choose one that fits your needs. For desk or table displays, a smaller version of this would be ideal at 13.5 by 7.5 inches. These include 16 x 24 and 19 x 29-inch wall-mounted variants, respectively. As a result, it’d be ideal for both gallery exhibitions and personal home décor.
Amazon or Netgear are two places where you may get them. It costs $299.95 for the smallest and $399.95 for the two bigger ones. In terms of resolution, the sole negative is that none of the frames is more detailed than 1080p.
System Integrations with Hardware and NFTs
In the IT industry, Netgear isn’t the only one that sees the promise of NFTs. NFT-enabled smart TVs are being released by Samsung. NFT Explorer is referred to by the firm as “the world’s first television screen-based NFT explorer.” Users will be able to see NFTs in good resolution thanks to this clever calibration function.
If well-known companies are prepared to make changes to their products in order to include NFTs, only one thing can be concluded: NFTs are here to stay. Even though we’ve seen the best of NFTs so far, they’re here to stay. To be honest, despite the market’s record-breaking growth and sales of NFTs, we’ve just begun. Remember, NFTs just gained traction last year, and now major corporations, celebrities, and governments are jumping on board.
What a different world NFTs will be in five years!