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Captain Kirk will boldly go where no man has gone before to protect your collectibles.
Actor William Shatner, best known for his role of Captain Kirk on “Star Trek,” wants to make sure you can get the value out of your baseball collection, vintage Fiestaware or Hollywood memorabilia with legally binding contracts that fight fraud, according to blockchain news website CoinDesk.
The veteran actor partnered with legal tech firm MTRM Industries Ltd., dba Mattereum, according to the site, to create smart contracts that create “digital twins” of an individual’s memorabilia that can help determine the authenticity of the collectibles. Mr. Kirk said that the system also will be able to provide data on the various locations the item has been and its prior owners, said the site.
Mattereum has since debuted its first item — an autographed photo of Captain Kirk in casual attire — that is in Mr. Shatner’s personal collection.
A Florida man is facing fraud charges after attempting to soup up his standard of living by filing a false stolen-car insurance claim, according to CBS 12 News in West Palm Beach, Florida.