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The Associated Press joins NFT selling tokenized photos

The Associated Press joins NFT selling tokenized photos

The American non-profit news agency, The Associated Press has joined to NFT. On Monday,10th January, the world-known news agency announced that it is starting to be with Blockchain technology providers in order to have its own NFT marketplace where collectors can collect tokenized NFT photos.

The first collection releasing from the global news platform contains photos of different subjects like climate, space and war captured by AP journalists.The marketplace will open January 13th and it will go on for weeks at varing prices. According to AP the NFTs are minted on Polygon Blockchain. In addition it gives the buyers the chance to sell their NFTs ( photos) which they get through the marketplace.

AP has archived 175 years photographs which all have a story behind. Now by using NFT technology, the buyers are able to access to technical information and the used equipment and also when and where these photos were captured.

AP had entered into Blockchain technology earlier in October. It signed an agreement to deal with Chainlink. This agreement provides the accessibility for AP data to be sold to applications running through Blockchain.The mentioned data includes sport games outcomes, business financials And election race calls.

AP is not the only and the first news organization that tends to join Blockchain, earlier in June 2021,CNN launched an NFT titled ” Vault by CNN: Moments That Changed Us”.

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She is a smiley curious writer from the USA. She loves Cryptocurrencies, Arts an also NFTs.

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