- The film industry is getting in on NFTs.
- The sci-fi movie — Silhouettes, is selling its tickets in the form of NFTs.
- These NFTs are only available on the Liquid Network.
As blockchain technology revolutionizes our technological world, it leaves no sector behind. The latest sector that seems to have been bit by the crypto bug seems to be the film industry. It is making its debut with Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) in the form of film tickets.
In a first for the film industry & the #LiquidNetwork, the sci-fi feature film @silhouettesnft will issue tickets as non-fungible tokens (#NFTs) on Liquid using the #LNFT platform, pioneering what may revolutionize the film industry. 🎟️📽️ https://t.co/CfHMFC1lLr pic.twitter.com/CG9VWRzV2w
— Liquid Network (@Liquid_BTC) August 13, 2021
In detail, the sci-fi feature film — Silhouettes, is issuing tickets as NFTs. It is doing so by using the Liquid Network’s LNFT platform. This is a huge milestone for humanity. Soon, we may see whole new levels of innovation in the film industry.
The news was received warmly by sci-fi and crypto enthusiasts. This is a wondrous example of what NFTs can do. For instance, fans used to save their movie tickets as a token of their memories as a blissful or mindblowing event.
However, physical tickets always have the problem of receiving damages and will likely fade away over time. Sometimes material tokens can even go missing. In such cases, movie tickets in the form of NFTs are a fantastic alternative option.
Now movie buffs can buy and preserve their precious memories forever in the form of a virtual ticket. An NFT once bought is forever the buyer’s property unless sold. Moreover, these NFTs can be proudly displayed if the holder so chooses to.
What’s more delightful is the fact that this is an NFT for a sci-fi movie. For most sci-fi fans this a literally a dream come true. Fans can head to the official Silhouettes website for their NFT. The NFT can be bought with Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Liquid Bitcoin, or with other payment forms accepted on the Lighting Network.
Additionally, each ticket will sport a unique ticket number and the first 100 buyers will get two exclusive digital collectibles to commemorate the occasion. Also, the first 1,000 buyers will also receive an NFT.
Imagine the possibilities, as more film franchises adopt this, fans could begin collecting movie tickets in the form of NFTs. A Star Wars ticket could light up like different lightsabers. A Star Trek ticket could beam in and out of its display case. This is truly a great opportunity for creativity to further indulge the fans and audience.
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