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Samsung signs MOU with six businesses to launch Galaxy NFT ecosystem

Samsung Electronics, a South Korean electronics manufacturer, reportedly recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with six businesses to establish the “Galaxy NFT [non-fungible token] ecosystem.” With the signing, Samsung Electronics can start working on using NFTs to connect the digital and physical worlds.

Alllink, Digital Plaza, e-cruise, Shilla Duty Free, Show Golf, and Theta Labs are among the six companies that signed an MOU with the electronics behemoth, according to a report on the Korean language news website News1.

In response to an electronic goods manufacturer’s announcement, an unnamed company representative made the following comments:

“Samsung Electronics will continue to innovate the customer experience that connects the virtual world and the real world using NFT with various partners.”

According to the News1 report, Samsung Electronics intends to offer discounts to owners or users of the New Galaxy NFT who successfully complete the NFT certification process. e-cruise, Shilla Duty Free, Digital Plaza, and Show Golf are the other four companies that will go through the NFT certification procedure, according to the report.

In January 2022, Samsung added a new “NFT Aggregation Platform” to a number of its smart televisions. This feature allows users to browse and even purchase NFTs right from their television.

The “Nothing Community Dots” that were airdropped to people who had pre-ordered the Nothing Phone (1) on Flipkart will unlock exclusive benefits for the phone purchasers. 

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