Imagine being able to access all your favorite NFT art as well as all the necessary data on your Television, all in one place, with a single click. Well, with the launch of StreamNFT, NFT Labs’ first Connected TV (CTV) application, this is now entirely possible. In addition to integrating with Web3, StreamNFT focuses on one-of-one digital art.
More than half a million NFTs have been indexed from the most popular art marketplaces, including Foundation, Nifty Gateway, Rarible, and SuperRare. CTV has arranged, sorted, and ranked the NFTs in order to produce the best content. Members may “Like”, “Dislike,” and “Pin” artwork within a Stream, allowing NFT Labs to further refine and customize the stream.
In the StreamNFT Channel, users may find information such as title, description, created date, marketplace of origin, and last sale price. When viewing an NFT in the Channel, you can access the information simply by pressing the “up” or “down” buttons. For ease of understanding, StreamNFT also provides the last sale price of the NFT.
There are an estimated 60 million Roku-enabled TVs in the market today, which supports 720p resolutions up to 2160p 4K resolutions. StreamNFT is compatible with all Roku-compatible streaming devices and Roku-compatible televisions that support the Roku platform. In addition to offering powerful customization options, it is designed both for the general Roku viewer as well as for those who are NFT connoisseurs.
Additionally, the channels utilize a software-based system that allows users to display their NFTs on a television simply and easily. To do this, you will need to install StreamNFT from the Roku Channel Store, and then log in using your Ethereum-based wallet. The NFTs are automatically downloaded from the blockchain and optimized to be displayed on your existing television, including the images, audio, and video.
If you have a Roku, you can add the StreamNFT Channel by searching “NFT” on your Roku device, or installing it through here.
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