- Krapopolis to be first blockchain-based animated series on broadcast television
- Moonbirds’ floor price has dropped 20%, from 18 ETH to 14 ETH in the past week since its move to a CC0 public license
This week, Nas Academy partnered with Invisible College and its NFT project Decentralien to token-gate online courses focused on Web3.
In funding news, Andreesen Horowitz (a16z) invested $6 million into Web3 startup Halliday, while NFT (non-fungible token) distribution platform Pinata planteatu $21.5 million in funding rounds led by Greylock, Pantera and Offline Ventures.
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“Krap Chickens” NFTs
“Community” and “Rick and Morty” creator Dan Harmon is behind Krapopolis, a new NFT-powered animated comedy show, produced in partnership with Fox Entertainment’s Web3 media and creative technology arm, Blockchain Creative Labs.
Krapolopolis is set in mythical ancient Greece and tells the story of a dysfunctional family of humans, gods and monsters. Scott Greenberg, CEO of Blockchain Creative Labs, told Blockworks that Krapopolis is the first animated series premiering on broadcast television to use blockchain technology “at the heart of the process.”
The NFT marketplace Rarible is powering Krapopolis’ own custom NFT marketplace for the Krap community to buy, sell and trade Krap Chicken NFTs, launching on Aug. 11 in tandem with the Krap Chickens NFT drop.
“Through the show, we’re inviting animation fans and creators to connect more closely with the series, with Dan and with each other, opening up a new and innovative entry point for viewers into Web3,” Greenberg said.
The Krap Chickens will give collectors access to exclusive content and private screenings, meet-and-greets with cast and producers. Holders are granted show voting rights, enabling fans to give feedback in real time.
Lamborghini’s “Epic Road Trip”
With its third and latest NFT collection, Lamborghini promises to take collectors on an epic road trip “to the moon and beyond.”
The Italian sports car manufacturer will drop a series of four NFTs throughout one week each month for the next eight months. The NFTs are available for only 24 hours and sold over four consecutive days. The first three NFTs of each month are unlimited, while the fourth will come with a supply cap.
There’s a puzzle: Holders of the unlimited mints can reveal a silver puzzle piece each month; collectors with all 4 NFTs will reveal the gold puzzle piece.
At the end of the journey, ending March 2023, those who have completed the puzzle will unlock a hidden NFT — a bid to ensure long-term commitment to the project.