Otoy CEO: There’s a huge future for NFT

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Otoy CEO: There’s a huge future for NFT” – below is their description.

Otoy is a cloud graphics company used by NFT digital artist Beeple is also known for powering the visual effects behind some of Hollywood’s biggest movies and shows including HBO’s ‘Westworld’ and Netflix hit ‘The Crown’. Jules Urbach, founder and CEO of OTOY, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss.

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