South China Morning Post launches ‘ARTIFACT’ NFT standard, letting anyone own and trade pieces of history

The South China Morning Post, founded in Hong Kong in 1903, has become the first news organisation in Asia to champion a new blockchain standard where historical and archival items can be connected, discovered and collected.The standard, called ARTIFACT, will use non-fungible token (NFT) technology to give anyone a chance to own and trade historical moments reported by generations of journalists with the newspaper, such as the handover of Hong Kong to China on July 1, 1997, according to a…

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