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Metaverse IP company Poglin announces investment from Animoca Brands

It was announced by official sources that the metaverse IP company Poglin has received investment from Animoca Brands. The investment details have not been disclosed yet. According to official sources, Poglin is committed to becoming an IP giant that covers video games, anime, comics and other fields.


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