Samsung introduced new features for smart TVs with Mini LED technology at CES 2021, including support for non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The Korean tech giant particularly revealed a new "Aggregation Platform," which will be available on Samsung’s MicroLed, Neo QLED, and The Frame models.

The platform allows users to browse and purchase digital artworks from various marketplaces, such as OpenSea and Rarible right from their sets. Users will also be able to preview the art and see other details, including NFT creator and blockchain metadata.

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The new TV sets — which are scheduled to be released this year — will also get support for Smart Calibration, a feature that allows users to fine tune the settings for optimal picture quality.

As To The Moon earlier reported, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is actively conducting meetings in virtual reality with digital avatars of Facebook's executives as the social network's parent company — Meta — has a new focus on building the metaverse. With the initiative, Facebook wants to look toward the future and not get "bogged down in the messy past."