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Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase will shoot a film consisting of three parts, where characters from the collection of non-fungible tokens (NFT) Bored Ape Yacht Club will act as “actors”.
The film was called “The Dengen Trilogy”. All NFT holders who have provided their tokens will receive a license fee of $10,000 in Ape Coin tokens, or in BTC. Applications are open until April 13, and the first episode of the film will be presented at the NFT.NYC conference, which is scheduled for the end of June.
The creators of the Bored Ape Yacht Club collection announced that token holders from the Mutant Ape Yacht Club collection will also be able to participate in the creation of the film. However, we are talking about the second episode.
The film will take place in a “chaotic” version of Manhattan in the 2020s, when “for the first time, digital goods and services have surpassed all other assets in terms of capitalization and value in the market.”
“As the old system collapses, whole new kingdoms emerge from the ashes. Degens are a new class of social adepts, versed in the ever-inventing tools of an ever-accelerating economy,” the website says.
Apparently, Coinbase does not expect to make a profit from the film. The exchange said any proceeds would be donated to the non-profit organization. In addition, the purpose of the trilogy is to “reward” the Web3 communities and unite them.
Earlier, Hollywood director Steven Soderbergh, best known for Ocean’s Eleven, donated $300,000 to the Decentralized Pictures (DCP) blockchain film funding fund.
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