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Decentraland, Versus Entertainment, and Lumiere just partnered to create NFTs for “The Infinite Machine” movie. Its plot is adapted from a book of the same name, written by cryptocurrency journalist Camilla Russo. “The Infinite Machine” tells the story of Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum co-founder, and the rise of the second-biggest digital asset in the world.
The movie is currently in the developmental phase. The producers are Ridley Scott from Scott Free Productions and the Spanish company Versus Entertainment. Lumiere, based in Singapore and Hong Kong, will integrate the experience of the movie into Decentraland. While the latter will focus on the development of NFT- and crypto-focused plots.
Film creators have released several sets of NFTs to be used as financial support for the production team. The first and the second mints are already sold out. Fans now expect the third set of the movie’s NFTs.
Overall, “The Infinite Machine” offers 10,499 NFTs designed by 40 artists based in Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, France, Honduras, India, Kenya, Venezuela, Mexico, Panama, and the US.
The proceeds from sales will go into the budget of the film’s production, the Infinite Machine DAO, and the artists.
An additional goal of the NFT collection release is to turn the future audience of the movie into a community.
For instance, fans now have an opportunity to become extras for the movie. To participate, they need to purchase one NFT from the Early WAGMAM collection designed by Sasha Katz. The floor price of the collection is 0.079 ETH (approximately $150).
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