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LG enters metaverse scheduling a TV for publishing and trading NFTs

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Provided the capacity of the metaverse and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to give recent and fascinating alleys for firms to relate with customers, additional firms proceed to warm to the area with the purpose to start various properties.

LG is presently the latest firm to concentrate on the metaverse by documenting non-fungible tokens (NFT) brands for its LG ART LAB. The brand application was shared in a tweet by licensed brand lawyer Michael Kondoudis on July 19.

The NFT application documented on July 14 implies that L.G. schemes to give T.V. software for publishing and dealing NFTs, software for NFT and crypto marketings, digital token brokerage, and income management.

Regarding the application before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), LG also schemes to empower e-wallet payment assistance and software for trading electronic wealth in the metaverse.

The application appears after L.G. had originally published several properties around the NFT area. In May, the firm implied that it was operating with new media artist Refik Anadol to exhibit NFT artwork on the firm’s apparent OLED TVs. The company reported that the NFT collection uses video, audio, and health data.

Samsung, another South Korean electronic monster, moreover unveiled various properties under NFTs. Samsung inaugurated an NFT outlet for its T.V.s enabling customers to buy NFTs through their equipment.

Other significant appeals encompass eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY), which pursues to request NFT trades and NFT trading, real goods marketplaces, and online retail stores with physical and virtual goods.

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