The ecosystem of inscrutable tokens (NFT) and collectible coins has exploded in recent months. Just last week, a Beeple NFT sold for $69 million at renowned auction house Christie’s. As the NFT space grows, a new product called Qonos, a digital display designed specifically for NFT art and collectibles, has been introduced. The company’s first sale sold out in less than 24 hours, and the company is preparing the next batch of products for customers who pre-order.
Qonos Digital Display for NFT art and collectibles first sale sold within 24 hours
Apparently NFTs were all the rage, and lots of new random token ideas popped up. The 14th. In March, the Bitcoin.com news service reported on a number of celebrities who have jumped into the Nondisruptive Asset (NFT) economy. Celebrities like Patrick Mahomes and Rob Gronk Gronkowski, Latin superstar Ozuna, multi-platinum artist Lil Pump and the Kings of Leon have all released unique NFT collections.
With all the demand around the NFT ecosystem, a new product, Qonos, was introduced. Qonos is essentially a specialized digital display (list) for NFT art and collectibles. The company’s website, qonos.ae, states that this product is the world’s first custom digital frame for NFT art and collectibles.
Until now, NFT enthusiasts and collectors stash their valuable NFTs in a cryptocurrency wallet. Mo Levine, founder of Qonos, thinks the NFT needs something better, so collectors can elegantly display their unreadable collectibles.
Cultural innovation deserves a personal canvas – that’s what we strive for at Qonos, Levine told Bitcoin.com. We have developed a dedicated display and a seamlessly integrated platform for NFT art and collection, which allows people and galleries to instantly select their favourite artworks and hang them on their walls.
Levine is also the founder of Keynote, a cryptocurrency conference and event company founded in 2012. Keynote is responsible for popular events like the North American Bitcoin Conference, held annually in Miami.
Founder of Conos: NFT art is the next evolution of human artistic performance
Qonos’ hardware statistics are published on the company’s website. It declares that the product is equipped with a high-resolution screen, integrated graphics and motion and proximity sensors. It also has a slim, flat design and a walnut frame. In addition, Qonos offers owners access to NFT’s $500 million gallery.
Anyone with a Qonos device can access the gallery, a collection of digital art and collectibles worth more than $500 million, the company said in a statement. Qonos owners can create custom playlists of their favorite artworks and then enter them on the Qonos screen to personalize the interior, the company notes.
The difference between an art buyer and a collector lies in the way they display their collection. NFT art is the next evolution of human artistic creation. We designed Qonos to showcase an artistic revolution, and we’re optimistic about the future, Levin said. In addition to the popular Ethereum-based NFT, Levin also explained that the Qonos hardware is compatible with the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) NFT architecture, which uses the Bitcoin Cash Network (BCH).
Josh Dykgraaf, creative director of Qonos, said the technology now exists to enable transformative exhibitions of art powered by blockchain technology. We now have the technology to adapt our music, our movies, our TV shows to our moods. Why not art? Dykgraf insisted. If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that the world is constantly changing. Why shouldn’t our artistic aesthetic change as much as we do?
After Qonos initial sale, pre-orders for the next version are now available on their website. The Qonos 17.3″ costs $999 and the Qonos 24″ costs $1,499. The 17″ model will ship in 6-8 weeks, while the 24″-Qono will ship in 10-12 weeks, according to the company’s web portal.
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