Fox has just announced its first crypto series, “the very first organized entirely on the Blockchain.” It will be produced by the creator of Rick and Morty.
The NFTs are everywhere. While many personalities and companies are entering cryptoart auctions, such as Pringles where the San Francisco Warriors, these non-fungible tokens are now preparing to join the ranks of Fox. The American television channel has just announced “His first animated series organized entirely on the Blockchain”. Concretely, it will be a question of counting on the popularity of the production to make revenue. A market place will organize “Selling digital products ranging from one-of-a-kind character NFTs, background artwork or GIFs.” Fox also plans to offer its superfans exclusive social experiences. The goal is also to attract new advertisers, as explained by the CEO of Fox.
“Just like we do with our own animation, we will also help your brands communicate directly with fans and enthusiasts through NFTs. With and for you, Fox will help art meet technology. ”
Dan Harmon in writing
For its move to NFT, Fox hired one of the most prolific creators in the field of adult animation. Dan Harmon, to whom we owe Rick and morty as well as Community, will be writing Krapopolis. The series will transport us to ancient Greece, alongside a family of humans, gods and monsters who attempt to rule one of the world’s first cities without killing each other. It remains to be seen from now on whether it will meet the same success as the previous achievements of Dan Harmon, and if the auctions will reach new heights. They will be organized with the help of a brand new company: Blockchain Creative Labs. Krapopolis will air from next fall.