An Ep to be dropped as NFT by Castle Production Company’s new TV Crypto Comedy

A full episode to be released as an NFT by a crypto-funded TV comedy series

A TV series that is centred on Crypto and which is also financed with crypto is about to be initiated at Beacon Pictures. Bring it on and Castle an ABC drama are productions of the independent production companies (Beacon Pictures).

According to Deadline Hollywood, the 10 part TV crypto-comedy series “Hold on for Dear Life”   a reference of sort to the slang term ‘Hodl’  aims for principal photography to shoot in Puerto Rico from August.

Anonymous crypto insiders, calling themselves ‘Suhh Toshee’ created the show. The show will be financed by entrepreneurs of crypto and will reflect their lives.

Mark Pennell, the CEO of Beacon told Deadline that:

“Crypto is about community. The show is an extension of that community. So, we embraced the innovation by creating an opportunity for crypto entrepreneurs to participate in a show that reflects many of their own stories.”

By tokenizing the profits of Ethereum, the projects are centered on raising funds through crypto and which will aid investors to get their share of their proceeds directly from wallets.

With  plans to mint a non-fungible tokens and also to release the first ever tokenized full episode of a TV show, the producers also hope to cash in the gold rush round NFT collectibles.

The story line is focused on Mel, a young tech founder who launches a token named after her missing best friend Aveer and sets off with her band of “misfit” friends to make the Aveer token a success.

“To do so, they must overcome enemies, centralized powers and FUD (Fear Uncertainty Doubt)”


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