Samsung launches Discord server for Web3 expansion and NFTs

Samsung US recently announced that it had launched its official Discord server, early June. The channel is live and was launched together with Razorfish, which is owned by Publicis Group. The Discord server will expand the South Korean based electronic giant’s footprint on Web3. Fans will be randomly selected to receive rewards including NFTs that will be based on Web3 activity.

Samsung has mentioned that the rewards program would run through June 10. There are daily product giveaways including exclusive products, events, NFTs and other activities that would be based on Web3.

Samsung has already invested in several activities related to blockchain and is now increasing its presence in Web3. It is a part of the metaverse through Samsung 837x and Decentraland. Samsung Galaxy on Roblox is expected to host a virtual concert in June.


Samsung’s Discord server in the US will help fans participate in virtual events that take place at Samsung 837 location as well as at Samsung Odyssey gaming experiences. The server will enhance Samsung’s presence in both the worlds: real and digital.

Samsung Newsroom US said that Discord was the primary channel for both metaverse experiences as well as Web3. It marked the company’s expansion in Web3 as well as the metaverse realm. It also claimed that the US Discord server of the company had reached more than hundred thousand members. The members used the servers in the first 12 hours of its launch and the numbers are expected to grow.

Samsung noted that its US server was designed to increase fun and interactive experiences of its fans, gamers and creators. The South Korean conglomerate wanted all its users to interact on its server. It also said that it would reward its users with Web-3 based wonders, virtual assets such as NFTs and more to widen its engagement and to provide new benefits to its users.

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