American Express Leads the Latest $8.4M Funding Round for NFT Platform OneOf

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Sustainability-focused non-fungible token (NFT) platform OneOf has raised $8.4 million in a strategic funding round that included Amex Ventures, the venture capital arm of American Express. The credit card company will host an exclusive pop-up event that includes OneOf NFTs. “The Hash” panel discusses the outlook for corporate NFTs amid continued interest from TradFi titans.

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