Swiss fake Tag Heuer was an early mover in the luxury sector with the introduction of crypto payments on its US website. Now, the LVMH-owned Swiss luxury watchmaker is taking the lead again, with the addition of a connection to a crypto wallet allowing users to display their NFTs on the face of their smartwatch.
The new functionality is being added to the cheap replica Tag Heuer Connected Calibre E4 smartwatch, and will also be available as a free update for smartwatch owners via Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. Users can securely connect to crypto wallets such as Metamask or Ledger Live. The super clone watch uk face has three ways to display time while showcasing NFT artworks, operating with all the collections on Ethereum.
AAA replica Tag Heuer CEO Frédéric Arnault believes that an NFT display will be an attractive add-on for watch owners. “Not launching our own NFT collection but allowing collectors to use their NFTs in a new way was the most obvious first step. We speak to all passionate collectors,” he says.
Arnault, son of LVMH chairman Bernard Arnault, will be using the functionality himself: he recently bought a NFT from Bored Apes — an Ape with an eyepatch and diamond grin.
Modern-day Daft Punks?
Swiss made replica Tag Heuer worked closely with a flurry of collectors to fine tune the new functionality. Some of them have lent their NFTs for a campaign backing the launch. A fully digital campaign will focus on Twitter. Discord, an invite-only social media platform, and physical events might follow at a later stage. Despite the huge number of Twitter followers and high-profile personalities within the community, many NFT collectors prefer to stay anonymous. “They are the modern-day Daft Punk,” says Guillaume Mathias, 1:1 fake Tag Heuer UK product manager, referencing the 1990s’ French electronic music duo who wore helmets to preserve their identities.
The high quality replica watch industry has been an early supporter of Web3, with executives eager to encourage the spending power of newly wealthy crypto investors by developing a collector spirit. Hublot, Bulgari and Breitling have all issued NFTs.
What’s new is the concept of displaying NFT artwork in the physical world. Swiss movement fake Tag Heuer wants to own that space. “We think that the wrist is a great place to display your NFT — to have it close to you but also as a way of authentication between members of the community, like a badge of honour, in a subdued way,” Arnault says.
Also testing the waters in this space is Casetify, a direct-to-consumer lifestyle brand known for phone cases and electronic accessories, which launched earlier this year an iPhone case that enables display of an NFT while providing authentication.
For Tag Heuer replica for sale UK, there’s more to come in the Web3 space linked to connected watches (which currently represent approximately 15 per cent of business) as well as mechanical timepieces. “We also believe in digital twins and proof of ownership associated with mechanical watches,” says Arnault.
Arnault is consistently bullish on Web3 and crypto. Tag Heuer fake online introduced crypto payment in May despite pressure on business from heavy currency swings. “We already sold nice pieces,” he says. “Now, we will speak more directly to the community. We remain very confident in the mid-term. There is volatility, but overall there was very strong growth last year and we are expecting strong growth this year.”