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Omnific Takes Control of Hong Kong VFX Firm Marvel Digital to Accelerate NFT Output (EXCLUSIVE)

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau ChiefDigital entertainment studio Omnific Blockchain Studios is to take operational control of Marvel Digital Productions, a Hong Kong-based effects and post-production company. The move is intended to accelerate production of non fungible tokens (NFT).NFTs, which are unique, uncopiable versions of digital images, and use blockchain to trace them, have taken the art world by storm.
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