NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) are rising in popularity, with more and more people buying, selling and creating them. Because of this popularity, people may want to find a way to proudly show off their NFTs. One watch maker seems to be giving them that opportunity as they are selling a watch that can be used to display NFTs with verified proof of ownership. Here are all the details.
The device :
The device is a Smartwatch by Tag Heuer and it's called the Connected Caliber E4. It's an Android powered device which will now be able to showcase people's digital collection's using it's dedicated viewer in its new Lens watch face.
The device costs approximately two thousand dollars, and while that may seems like a large amount, I believe that people who invest large amounts of money in NFTs will probably be able to afford it.
People will also be able to show their proof of ownership with a hexagonal cloud of particles surrounding the NFT.
My Opinion :
Personally I love this idea as it's a way for people to take their collection with them instead of it being stored in a vault. As NFTs include a lot of art pieces, the best place for them to be is a place they can be displayed. That being a watch.
I also believe that this concept will continue to grow and soon different manufacturers will be offering ways for people to display their NFTs on their phones, television sets and many other places.
As people show of their NFTs, other people may be encouraged to go out and buy their own NFTs. Helping them become more and more popular.
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