Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT), a digital version of the physical collection, basically like baseball cards, swag Of the day For Hollywood franchises who are raising fan excitement.
WarnerMedia DC has announced that it will provide comic-book covers (in three different dimensions) for superheroes, including Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn. NFT Drop, set for October 5, designed to drive signup for the DC FanDome event: Users who register for Phandome at dcfandome.com (which takes place on October 16) can get a free NFT, which is randomly allocated, And if they share their first NFT on social media, they can unlock the second free collectible.
For example, Princess of Themisyra (aka Wonder Woman) fans can collect NFT covers that can collect “Ordinary” (1987 George Perez’s Wonder Woman No. 1), “Rare” (2021 Nubia and Alitha Martinez’s Amazon No. 1). ), And / or “Legend” (Yara Floor in the Future Kingdom of 2021: Wonder Woman No. 1 by Jenny Frison) cover.
“We’ve spent a lot of time translating and adapting these classic covers into 21st century formats,” said Jim Lee of DC. “This drop pays homage to our 87-year history while imagining a future where NFT plays a fundamental role in innovative ways of communicating with DC content and unlocking new experiences.”
DC Palm is teaming up with NFT Studios, a creative service that seeks to create NFT for artists and rights holders for promotion. DC said it chose Palm partly because its blockchain technology allows DC Mint to pay “millions of NFT for almost zero-cost fans” using “environmentally sustainable and energy efficient” technology.
NFTs use blockchain (a distributed laser technology) to verify ownership of a unique digital content asset. Palm NFT Studio recently worked with Warner Bros. to create a collection of Space1,000 limited edition NFTs featuring characters from “Space Jam: A New Legacy”, including Bugs Bunny, Tweetie, Porky Pig and LeBron James – all given away for free. Fans. Palm’s other early projects include Damien Hurst’s The Currency with HENI and Candy Digital’s digital collectible program Major League Baseball.