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Legendary Is the First Studio to Release NFT Art for a Movie

    Godzilla vs. Kong - Kong NFT landscape

    Legendary Entertainment will release an exclusive Godzilla vs. Kong NFT collection for the movie.

    Godzilla vs. Kong - Kong NFT landscape

    Australian digital concept artist BossLogic and Terra Virtua Ltd. have teamed up to make an exclusive NFT for the new Godzilla vs. Kong movie. You can purchase the digital collectibles for a limited time on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. PST. Each piece of art will be autographed by the creators.

    The seven-piece collection, curated by Vincent Harrison of iv Gallery, includes pieces titled: “God vs. King,” “King vs. God,” “MachineGod,” “Legends will Collide,” “One Will Fall,” “Godzilla Steps Up,” and “Kong Steps Up.” Available on Makersplace here.

    “Godzilla vs. Kong had an incredible launch internationally, and we are excited to bring that energy to the block-chain,” Legendary Entertainment’s executive vice president of franchise management James Ngo said.

    “I’m beyond excited to collaborate with Legendary Entertainment on such an epic event with two of cinemas most treasured IPs brought together for one earth-shattering experience. As a massive fan myself, this one is truly special for me,” BossLogic said.

    Terra Virtua has also created a line of digital collectibles featuring Godzilla and Kong, which will begin rolling into the Terra Virtua marketplace in time with the movie’s March 31 release.

    An NFT, which stands for non-fungible token, is a one-of-a-kind asset that allows for the sale of digital art and media; it can be purchased and sold like a piece of property, but it does not have a tangible form. Based on blockchain technology, NFTs provide a method of authenticating a piece of digital content. It’s why a screenshot of Twitter founder Jack Dorsey’s first tweet is worthless, but the NFT version sold for over $2.9 million. It’s like having a “Mona Lisa” print from Amazon, versus owning the actual painting by Leonardo da Vinci.

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