Hollywood memorabilia to sell as NFTs

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SOMA Finance has announced a partnership with Animoca Brands, Meta Hollywood, and Planet Hollywood to create the Hollywood memorabilia NFTs. 

In April of this year, Planet Hollywood, which owns more than 60,000 movie memorabilia pieces, announced plans to offer them as NFTs under the company Meta Hollywood, a decentralized Web3 ecosystem with a focus on movies. 

The platform aims to build a space that would bring together creators, movie lovers, studios, and producers. Meta Hollywood offers its community exclusive perks, for instance, owners of the $HWOOD token can communicate with movie producers. 

“Meta Hollywood intends to align the film-making process with a Web3 ideology, affording entertainment fans unprecedented access and participation across all aspects of the industry, including input on auditions to script and cast selection. This platform will also serve to foster creative talent, offering community members the opportunity to submit their work for the chance to be a part of each production,” says Robert Tran, the Co-founder of Meta Hollywood.

Multi-asset decentralized exchange platform SOMA Finance will provide Meta Hollywood compilation trading and issue NFTs, crypto assets, and more. 

“Planet Hollywood owns one of the world’s largest privately held collections of movie memorabilia. Through its partnership with SOMA, Meta Hollywood will be able to offer its community the exclusive opportunity to own some of the most iconic movie memorabilia in Hollywood history, including input on future memorabilia acquisitions from Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Star Wars, and other blockbuster franchises” says the Co-founder of Meta Hollywood, Robert Earl. 

On a side note, Meta Hollywood plans to enter The Sandbox Metaverse to create a more immersive experience for users. 

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Valeria Goncharenko

Valeria is an Italy-based writer passionate about web3 and innovation. She is getting her second major in International Business Management while dedicating her spare time to photography and fashion. You can contact her at [email protected]

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