175-Year-Old News Cooperative the Associated Press Plans to Launch NFT Marketplace

175-Year-Old News Cooperative the Associated Press Plans to Launch NFT Marketplace


On January 10, 2022, the Associated Press (AP), the American non-profit news cooperative founded in 1846, has announced the news agency is launching a non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace. The AP NFT market was built by the distributed ledger technology provider Xooa and on top of the Polygon blockchain network.

AP Announces NFT Marketplace Launch

The 175-year-old news cooperative the Associated Press revealed that the organization is launching an NFT marketplace using the Polygon blockchain network. According to the AP announcement, the NFT market built by Xooa will allow NFT collectors to collect the news agency’s iconic photojournalism. AP’s newly crafted Polygon-based NFT market will launch on January 31, 2022.

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Dwayne Desaulniers, AP director of blockchain and data licensing, explained that the non-profit news cooperative is

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