ICYMI, the Web3 world continues to expand in all directions with unexpected collaborations, Lamborghini dropping its third collection, and the creators of “Community” and “Rick and Morty” premiering an NFT-powered animated comedy show.
Dan Harmon is behind “Krapopolis,” which is set in ancient Greece and features a dysfunctional family of humans, gods, and monsters. The project results from a collaboration with Fox Entertainment’s Web3 media and creative technology arm, Blockchain Creative Labs.
Scott Greenberg, CEO of Blockchain Creative Labs, told Blockworks that Krapopolis is the first animated series premiering on broadcast television to use blockchain technology “at the heart of the process.”
Last week, the show launched its NFT marketplace for the Krap community to buy, sell and trade Krap Chicken NFTs, giving collectors access to exclusive content and private events. Holders will also shape the show by voting and providing real-time feedback.
Meanwhile, Lamborghini dropped its third NFT collection and will drop a series of four NFTs for one week each month for the next eight months. The NFTs are available 24 hours and sold over four consecutive days, with the first three being unlimited and the fourth capped.
The NFTs are part of a larger mystery and epic road trip “to the moon and beyond.” Holders can achieve puzzle pieces, and only those who complete the puzzle will unlock a hidden NFT.
Finally, hardware wallet player Ledger came out with [L] Market, its NFT distribution market. Its first collection, Genesis Pass, topped OpenSea sales for the first 24 hours.
[L] Market followed with its second collection, BRICK NFTs, a collab with Brick, a physical Los Angeles-based music venue by night and community-run space by day. Holders get free access to the space and can vote on programming. Brick hosts live concerts, comedy shows, music lessons with major artists, and Ledger-led crypto workshops.