Earn NFTs watching TV, DAO pays $1M for Aoki and 3LAU track … and more


Blockchain-based streaming service Sator has developed a decentralized program that will enable users to earn NFTs, tokens, and “other rewards” by watching TV and playing games.

While details are scarce about the exact amount of rewards that users can receive, according to the website, Added NFTs will be directly linked to amount of shows watched, and time devoted to puzzles with puzzles and TV trivia on the show.

Sator’s CEO, Isla Perfito, said the company created: “An easy and powerful solution for TV producers to turn around to deliver a unique NFT experience of their shows while viewers tune in.”

He added that “NFTs will bring a lot of performance to the platform, a wonderful jumping off point for a user looking to dive into blockchain technology.”

Although it did not disclose what rights to television programs the program plans to acquire, the company announced that it had recently closed $ 2 million, which included investments from Faculty Capital, Genesis Block Ventures, Digital Strategies and PetRock Capital.

Jenny from the blockchain

The Jenny DAO paid $ 1 million for one NFT track produced by Steve Aoki and 3LAU by DJ.

The one-of-a-kind NFT is a tokenized song called “Jenny” and was commissioned to celebrate the recent launch of the Jenny Metaverse DAO, or Decentralized Autonomous Organization, on Unique. The NFT contains an unreleased track by Aoki and 3LAU, and is accompanied by a visual artwork by Pieter Hergert.

The NFT was created on OpenSea by 3LAU, also known as Justin Blau, and then delivered to a treasury controlled by a smart contract on the Unicly Protocol, which enables users to combine, split and exchange their NFT collections.

The metaverse DAO recently tiris together $ 7 million to fund an NFT acquisition for joint ownership among its ruling owners – with Aoki and 3LAU NFT being the first choice for its collection after the community voted for it earlier this month.

The paif organization Aoki and 3LAU $ 499,000 each to produce the track, with the transactions made outside OpenSea to avoid fees.

The NFT will probably be locked up for a while. According to Jenny, the NFT-stored in the Unicly vault can “be released only if consent holders of Jenny Token reach a certain threshold and order the smart contract to unlock the vault.”

Comics Steve Harvey’s NFTs are no joke

While many celebrities have flocked to NFTs hoping to rush, comedian Steve Havery seems to have entered the game for more generous purposes.

The comedian fell a series of NFTs by Rarible on May 14 to raise funds for his nonprofit “Steve and Marjorie Harvey Foundation,” which provides outreach services for the disadvantaged youth.

The series includes an open edition with 112 stamped tokens featuring a GIF of Harvey’s comedy, and a limited edition of three stamped tokens featuring an autograph portrait and a one-of-a-kind edition. The one-on-one is a tokenized GIF, which depicts Harvey’s confused reaction to the first time he hears about NFTs on his TV, and is up for auction until May 21st.

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Harvey NFTs – Rarible

Bidding was slow, however the auction started three days ago and the current highest bid is 2.2 Wrapped ETH, or WETH, with a value of around $ 6,770.

WAX announces more partnerships for NFT falls

Decentralized entertainment network WAX has announced more partnerships with entertainment brands to release licensed NFTs.

The new partnerships include cult anime anime franchises Robotech by Funimation and Harmony Gold, the film Five Nights at ScottGames ‘Freddy, the card game Bears vs. Babies by Explosive Kittens and The Princess’ Bride from Act III.

The new partnerships add to an already impressive list of partners such as Major League Baseball, Capcom, Atari, Reebok and DeadMau5.

In June this year, cult-favorite collection creator Funko Pops partnered with WAX to drop packages tokenized Funk Pop collections.



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