75 years of Bangkok Post content available via EAST NFT

75 years of Bangkok Post content available via EAST NFT
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To commemorate Thailand's rich history, the Bangkok Post and EAST NFT will collaborate to produce digital collectibles of the country's best events. In honor of Bangkok Post's 75th anniversary, the collection will include tokenized photographs and films that can both be authenticated and owned on the blockchain. In addition, it allows the public to buy and collect rare news stories, front-page cartoons, and distinctive art pieces that bring back memories of a bygone period for those who want to revisit their childhood memories.

"Our vision is to become the leading international digital collectibles platform that aims to showcase renowned Thai brands and artists to the world, as well as to invite world-class creators, personalities, and companies to launch exciting digital collectibles that people love and are now able to own," said Chalermchai Mahagitsiri, Co-founder and Chairman of the EAST NFT platform. In addition to cutting-edge blockchain technology, we also provide a wide selection of collectible digital material. I am grateful to have Bangkok Post as a founding partner in creating a digital collection of collectibles that immortalize the historical milestones of our wonderful country. "

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"It is with great pleasure that I announce this new relationship between Bangkok Post PCL and East NFT," stated Worachai Bhicharnchitr, vice-chairman of the Board of Directors. Narrating further, the vice-chairman added,

"For the Bangkok Post, it is an agreement reaffirming its complete embrace of emerging digital technology for the benefit of its readers and customers." At the same time, the Bangkok Post, Thailand's oldest daily and "The Newspaper You Can Trust," is celebrating its 75th anniversary. We have been covering Thailand, Asia, and the world's social, economic, and political developments for more than seven decades."

EAST NFT and Bangkok Post will collaborate to publish various collections that use the newspaper's vast and priceless archives. Certain assets will be reimagined as one-of-a-kind art pieces to commemorate significant events and national feelings over the seven decades. Depending on the worth and uniqueness of each item, the collection will be sold in a variety of ways. In December 2021, the EAST NFT platform is scheduled to open. A wide range of digital valuables will be available, including art, music, movies, television, sports memorabilia, and more.

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