Korean electronic goods manufacturer Samsung Electronics has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU), with six companies, to collaborate on the development of the Galaxy NFT ecosystem.
Samsung Electronics, a South Korean electronics manufacturer, has signed a memorandum o understanding (MOU), with six companies, to create the “Galaxy NFT [nonfungible token] ecosystem.” According to a report, this agreement was recently signed. Samsung Electronics has now signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with six companies to establish the “Galaxy NFT [non-fungible token] ecosystem.”
A report from the Korean language news site News1 shows that six companies signed an MOU with the electronics giant. These include Alllink and Digital Plaza, e-cruise as well as Shilla Duty Free, Show Golf and Theta Labs. Alllink is the partner for authentication solutions, while Theta Labs serves as Samsung Electronics’ NFT issuance Partner.
Unidentified company officials stated the following in comments after the announcement by electronic goods manufacturer:
Samsung Electronics will innovate the customer experience by connecting the virtual world with the real world through NFT, in collaboration with different partners.
According to News1, Samsung Electronics will offer discounts to New Galaxy NFT holders and users who complete the NFT certification process. According to the report, NFT certification will take place at four other companies: Digital Plaza, e-cruise Shilla Duty Free and Show Golf.
According to the report, Samsung Electronics and Theta Labs had “presented the New Galaxy NFT” in the form of a tablet and smartphone design prior to the signing the MOU.