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Web 3.0 NFTs influence movies and TV

Movies and TV have been a way for people to escape their everyday lives for many generations. Sator is a brand-new app that lets users earn tokens just by watching their favorite shows.

NFTs are another way that non-fungible stories (NFS) are used in the industry. With this business model, fans can not only watch or listen to content, but they can also help make it. The creators of “Rick and Morty,” who also worked with the FOX Network on this project, have started collecting NFTs for the new animated series “Krapopolis.”

After you’ve bought five NFTs, you get the title of executive producer and can help decide how the story will be written.

There are a lot of extras that come with the collection, like meet-and-greets with BTS members, exclusive merchandise, gala parties, and BTS content.

People who own the Lord of the Rings NFT collection can watch extended versions of the movies in 4K and find augmented reality collectibles hidden in the movies. People had a lot of negative things to say about the collection because many of the perks were things that people already had. This way of thinking will make it easier for more Web2 users to switch to the Web3 platform by giving them something they are already used to.

With LG Art Lab, the company’s new marketplace, people will be able to buy and sell nonfiction books (NFTs) right from their TVs. Users in the United States are the only ones who can use this function.

Locals and anyone with WebOS 5.0 or a later version can use the application to get in. Roku has a channel called “StreamNFTs,” which lets users show off their own collections and look at those of other users.

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Web 3.0 NFTs influence movies and TVMahKa loves exploring the decentralized world. She writes about NFTs, the metaverse, Web3 and similar topics.

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