Catch the cutting-edge frames on the road at NFT LA, Cannes Film Festival, Consensus by CoinDesk and more
By now, you’ve no doubt heard about or experienced firsthand the buzz that is NFTs. Despite some naysayers claiming the ubiquitous form of digital collectibles would slow down, as recent as the third quarter of 2021 trading volume reached $10.67 billion, according to a report by analytics platform DappRadar. That’s B, for billion. Meanwhile, The Merge by digital artist Pak sold for nearly $92 million on Nifty Gateway in December 2021. All this is to say things aren’t slowing down, they’re gaining steam.
That’s why NETGEAR is doubling down on its work in the space. Available starting today, collectors can now connect their Coinbase wallets to show off their NFT collections on Meural, a high-impact digital canvas designed exactly for this kind of use. The latest move expands on NETGEAR’s work with MetaMask and will enable Meural owners to connect their Coinbase credentials directly to the Meural web platform.
Designed for simplicity and ease-of-use, Meural owners with a Coinbase account can now seamlessly connect to their wallet, select the NFTs they want to see on their Meural, and the works will be uploaded to the platform along with the verifiable QR code and associated metadata. When you purchase an NFT, no matter where you bought it, you can view it on Meural and expanding with Coinbase, which ended the year with 11.4 million monthly transacting users --the most of any crypto wallet – comes at a critical time. No other digital frame offers the same viewing experience for art, video and photography.
And if you’re wondering what makes these digital frames so unique, come see for yourself as the Meural 2022 tour is officially underway. We’ll be making stops at marquee crypto industry events, such as NFT LA, Consensus by CoinDesk, NFT NYC and much more. Come by during one of the shows – we’d love to see you!