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PlayStation (owned by Sony) filed this patent before gamers started losing their minds about gaming NFTs. Sony has a new patent that will allow them to track changes in ownership, metadata, and visual appearance of digital assets. These assets could be moments of gameplay, in-game characters, or items. Sony wants to use a blockchain to record these items and include a token with a unique identifier. This is ultra bullish for the blockchain gaming space because Sony is one of the biggest game publishers.