Singaporean entrepreneur sued over sale of Jim Thompson's first NFTs

The NFT sale was prematurely terminated last year. PHOTO: JIM THOMPSON/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - A media firm is suing a Singaporean entrepreneur over the sale of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) generated from elephant prints produced by Jim Thompson, a brand owned by The Thai Silk Company in Thailand.

Heart Media is accusing Mr Matthew Lim Yew Chuang of NFKings Productions of negligence and breaching his duty of care after the NFT sale was prematurely terminated last year.

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