Love, Death + Robots, an active Netflix exhibit, has just established a new path to interact with its audience through non-fungible tokens (NFTs). There are nine QR codes implanted both across the show’s social media accounts as well as the show’s incidents. Watchers can use their phones to search the QR code for admission to an NFT which will occur on their OpenSea accounts.
The detail is only accessible to US users through a MetaMask wallet or Coinbase account. Users will have to spend the gas payments to mint the NFTs they get from scanning the QR code.
Regarding the exhibit’s OpenSea account, the NFT ground cost presently settles at aro around 0.003 ETH or $6 USD. Since the show’s delivery on Netflix, there has been $36,000 USD in trading quantity with just under 27,000 unique NFT owners.
It’s ambiguous what Netflix’s long-term scheme is for pushing into the crypto, web3 and blockchain area. The Block reached the outlet for additional evidence on other potential invasions but had not heard back by the time of publication.
Netflix documented a 200,000 loss of spent subscribers in its first-quarter income this year, which it pursued by laying off 150 people, numerous from the company’s editorial and social media committees.
The business estimates will miss another 2 million paid subscribers by the time it discloses its second-quarter income in July.
Love, Death + Robot’s investigation is the delayed instance of film and TV looking to crypto to play around with layouts.
Earlier this month, a new type of entertainment corporation called Mad Realities raised $6 million to build a “decentralized media.” This company allows spectators to co-create the exhibits they watch by having a part in using the NFTs they hold.