Samsung to Add Crypto-Powered Streaming Service to 75 Million Devices
Samsung is embedding the blockchain-powered Theta.tv streaming service into its line of Galaxy smartphones.
According to a press release published May 19, Samsung has partnered with Theta.tv to bring the gaming and esports streaming service to its lineup of Galaxy smartphones. The streaming platform is powered by the Theta token and blockchain and will enable millions of Samsung phone users to have direct access to their gaming-centered content.
The release claims the service will be embedded within the Samsung Daily interface that is pre-installed on all new Samsung S20 smartphones in the United States. In addition to the S20, the update will also be applied to the Galaxy S10, S9, Note 10 and Note 9, encompassing a userbase of more than 75 million devices worldwide.
Mitch Liu, co-founder and CEO of Theta Labs, said in the release,
We believe this commercial product launch is a critical inflection point in the adoption of the Theta Network globally. Our groundbreaking approach to streaming is a perfect fit for Samsung’s worldwide user base. It’s a huge step toward our goal of making Theta a global infrastructure for video content and data delivery.
Theta.tv allows users to earn tokens, dubbed TFUEL, for watching and sharing streams on the platform. Users can also transfer tokens through the service or trade them on crypto exchanges.
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