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The Interview: Beautifying Digital Canvases

Displaying your NFT art collection is becoming more seamless than ever, but there's still progress to be made.

As the founder of Lighthouse NFT Smart Gallery in San Juan, longtime blockchain entrepreneur Crystal Rose Pierce is at the vanguard of the NFT world. Pierce joined Roundtable to discuss the cutting edge of NFT technology, the community around Lighthouse, recent advances in display and sharing, and the future impact of augmented reality. In this segment, Pierce discusses the evolution of the digital canvas.  

Regarding the technology used to display NFT artwork, Pierce explains that existing hardware is already far more sophisticated than smart TVs.  

“Digital canvases have none of the features of a traditional display,” she says. “They're missing the speakers and they're missing different access for peripherals. They work completely off of Bluetooth. It is just made for art. Some of the NFT canvases on the market require you to put [them] in a wallet and require you to own the NFT. They won't let you steal an NFT.” 

Still, she notes, there’s a need for more options.

“What's missing from this space right now [is] beautiful ways to display our collection,” she says. 

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“We’re seeing already that many are in development. Some are on the market this year. I think it'll be one to two years before it's really prevalent and accessible.”

Watch the full discussion below:

Roundtable Guests:

Crystal Rose Pierce, Founder, Lighthouse NFT Smart Gallery