The QR codes for the NFTs will be dissipated across the computerized and actual world.
“Love, Death + Robots” has returned to Netflix for a third season—with the help of an NFT scavenger hunt.
As per the show’s site, the scrounger chase was made in organization with Web3 studio Feature and remembers nine bits of QR-Coded advanced craftsmanship for different mediums, including bulletins, recordings, and episodes of the science fiction series.
A non-fungible token, or NFT, is a digital asset that represents ownership of a unique item, such as a piece of artwork, a collectible, or a membership.
The “Adoration, Death + Robots” NFTs are stamped on the Ethereum blockchain. The beginning cost of each NFT on Open Sea is 0.003 ETH, at present about $6.
The “Love, Death + Robots” NFTs are just Netflix’s latest dip into crypto. Last month, the streaming company released “Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King,” a documentary examining the mystery surrounding the death of Gerald Cotten, the CEO of crypto exchange QuadrigaCX.