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NFTs based on STARZ show ‘American Gods’ coming soon from Curio

NFTs based on STARZ show ‘American Gods’ coming soon from Curio

Curio, a platform that sells non-fungible tokens, is helping bring NFTs to life based on the American Gods TV series. The show is based on a novel of the same name by author Neil Gaiman.

“We are working with Fremantle to create officially licensed digital collectibles for the hit TV show American Gods, which will be broadcast internationally on STARZ in the US and on Amazon (NASDAQ 🙂 Prime Video,” said Juan Hernandez, CEO of Curio Cointelegraph, adding:

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