There’s no business like show business! Fox, the American television network, has announced that it is launching a NFT business, with plans also to release a new blockchain based animated series.
Fox currently has two major ventures in play, as the company is in in the midst of constructing a subsidiary called Blockchain Creative Labs that will handle moves in the crypto space, whether related to non-fungible tokens or what will be the first television series to be crafted with blockchain technology.
These plans were confirmed by Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier, who spoke to Hollywood Reporter and explained that the company aims to provide a class of entertainment where art meets technology.
This is how Collier outlines how Fix will meld art and technology:
“Not to go too far into it today, but as an advertiser-focused, artist-first and animation-obsessed company, Fox is going to take advertisers into the world of blockchain-powered tokens, including NFTs.”
As for the animated series, Daniel Harmon is marking his return with the show called “Krapopolis”. He is the American writer, producer, actor, and comedian who co-created the hit show “Rick and Morty” with Justin Roiland.
This cartoon series is centered on a flawed family of humans, gods, and monsters that tries to run one of the world’s first cities without killing each other.
“Dan’s series, currently entitled Krapopolis, will be the first-ever curated entirely on the blockchain. And just as we’re doing this for our own animation, we will also help your brands connect directly with fans and enthusiasts through NFTs. With and for you, Fox will help art meet brands meet technology.”
This will be the first new show that Harmon will craft since 2013.
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