As an official sponsor of NFT.NYC from Nov. 1 - 4, Tokenframe made it's public debut by introducing attendees to the most sophisticated, technically advanced and feature rich framed displays for crypto art, A.K.A. NFTs. The Tokenframe Mini-Gallery offered attendees a hands-on experience with the blockchain-connected NFT displays. Live demos, as well as in-depth explanations of how the Tokenframe system works, were presented by the team.
With over 5,500 attendees, NFT.NYC 2021 was the largest NFT community gathering that the world has seen thus far. Bored Ape and Cool Cat owners were spotted mingling in packs all over the city, Pak, the elusive NFT designer, made his debut "face reveal", and several high profile celebrities and artists were seen attending various satellite events.
The Tokenframe Mini-Gallery experience was a resounding success. From the attendees asking if they could take selfies with the Tokenframes to the loads of never-ending questions that were being asked, the excitement and intrigue was clearly felt throughout the venue.
How Does Tokenframe Work?
The patented NFT display system and method is exclusively owned by Tokenframe. It consists of an app (web app plus iOS and Android mobile apps) which controls every function of the physical display. To start, you connect the Tokenframe to an open WiFi connection (such as a mobile hotspot without a password).
Once connected, the QR code and unique device ID will be shown. You will enter this ID into the app to connect the Tokenframe to your profile. In the app, you would sign in via your wallet- if you don't have your wallet on your phone you may also use the Metamask Extension on a PC. Once you've signed in, you'll be able to see all of your NFTs, select one and cast it to the Tokenframe that you've linked. There are additional display settings that you can adjust via the app as well.