Kevin Hart enters Web3 with NFTs and a Metaverse show
Actor and comedian Kevin Hart is entering Web3 with an NFT collection and a Metaverse show.
On July 6, Kevin’s entertainment company HARTBEAT will release a 30-minute Metaverse show, “Confessions from The Hart.” The show is a Roku original based on an Instagram IGTV series.
The new Metaverse version will introduce fans to exclusive stories about Kevin’s career and private life. The public will also get access to the “Kevin Hart Nation Metaverse Screening Room,” which will feature extra content.
The actor is partnering with Web3 platform Moonwalk and Metaverse platform Virtua to develop this experience.
Following the show, Hart will release an NFT collection of 10,000 generative PFPs. The pictures will feature 238 different attributes, showcasing Kevin’s “alter-egos.” The non-fungible tokens will go for $65 each and will be available for minting starting from July 7. Individuals can pay by credit card or in ETH.
Along with the collection, the comedian will launch a Web3 wallet. It will permit users to buy NFTs, earn social tokens, and unlock a variety of perks. The latter will include NFT tickets to Kevin’s future concerts, mercy drops, and access to IRL and Metaverse events.
“My favorite thing to do is make people laugh, and with Hartbeat’s expansion into the metaverse and Web3 we will have exponential opportunities to bring humor and comedy to a whole new audience. I am so proud of my team for their forward thinking and ingenuity. With this new technology we will be able to continue expanding our footprint into the new technological frontiers of content creation,” said Kevin Hart.
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