Associated Press, one of the world's largest news agencies, has just launched an NFTs marketplace to sell photographs.
As reported in a press release, the platform, which is based on the Polygon blockchain, will go live on January 31. Each batch will contain information about the location and date of the photo, as well as the camera and its technical configuration.
NFT tokens can be paid for by credit card or cryptocurrencies (MetaMask, Fortmatic, Binance and Coinbase wallets are supported).
One of the first lots available for purchase will be a Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph by Oded Balilty dated February 1, 2006. The image shows the clash between a local resident and Israeli security forces in the settlement of Amona. The starting price of the lot is still unknown.