NFTs, crypto boom bring tighter regulation in Thailand

NFT Buddhist amulets hit Thailand's blockchain market last year. PHOTO: CRYPTO AMULETS
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BANGKOK - The non-fungible token (NFT) craze hit Thailand hard in the last year, giving rise to adoptions that were more conventional, such as digital art exhibitions, as well as those that were less so - NFT Buddhist amulets.

"Many Thai people are investing in NFTs, and anything can be made into an NFT," said Dr Arnat Leemakdej from Thammasat University's finance department.

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