You Can Now Display Your Tezos-Based NFTs With Zeroframe
You can now display your Tezos-based NFTs with Zeroframe. With Zeroframe, you can push your NFT’s on any display that can run a browser. You can also tune in to curated “art stations” displaying a selection of art.
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Now you can enjoy your NFT’s framed as an art piece at home or at your office. With Zeroframe, you can push your NFT’s on any display that can run a browser. You can also tune in to curated “art stations” displaying a selection of art.
The current version of Zeroframe is a Beta version, so bear this in mind when using. You can display art from Hic Et Nunc and Kalamint. This first basic version is a really cool addition to the Tezos NFT ecosystem and Zeroframe will add functionality swiftly.
Soon, users will be able to connect their wallets and display any NFT they are holding in that wallet on Zeroframe. Also, the slideshow function will be added at a later stage.
How It Works
We will use Google Chrome and Hic Et Nunc in this example, but it should work on all browsers. Here we go: Go to the Chrome web store, while using Google Chrome browser, and click on “Add to chrome”.
Now you can click on the extensions display and then double-click on Zeroframe:
Now you can sign up, and enter your email address and create a user name. (Make sure you only use lower case letters at this point, no capitals).
Then you’ll receive a one time password in your email. Use the password and then click here:
Then click here to get a pairing code:
Then copy-paste the pairing code. Once you have the pairing code, you go to zeroframe.art and click on “Display on this device”. Then submit the pairing code and you’ll see this screen:
Now open Hic Et Nunc and make sure you’re synced with your wallet on Hic Et Nunc. Go to “manage assets” on Hic Et Nunc and then click on “Collection” to display your collection of art.
Now click on the Zeroframe icon to elect an NFT to display on Zeroframe.
Now your NFT shows up at your page of my.zeroframe.art and you can select it for a full screen display.
What frames to use?
There are a ton of options to choose from. The Zeroframe FAQ has some suggestions. Meural is also something that is quite popular.
You could also choose to use your smart TV as display function when you’re not watching TV.
Samsung has some great options here.
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