Amazon’s new series ‘NFTMe’ explores NFT culture and disruption worldwide

Amazon’s new series ‘NFTMe’ explores NFT culture and disruption worldwide

The ability to digitally authenticate almost anything and make money in ways no one could have imagined. Here are some ways the “NFTMe” documentary series introduces non-fungible tokens (NFTs). In the show, artists, collectors, and industry experts worldwide share their experiences with NFTs and how the merging of art and technology has positively impacted their daily lives. In six 30-minute episodes, NFTMe features 50 pioneers in the NFT space from four continents, featuring American singer Susaye Green (of The Supremes), Queen Diambi (Queen of the Democratic Republic of the Congo), SpaceX and Nasa digital artist Refik Anadol, Madonna’s music producer, along with Peter Rafelson and Cheryl Douglas of Portion releasing NFT collections for the Black-Eyed Peas, to name a few.

The first episode explores the NFT community and various people’s journeys through digital culture, with prominent influencers discussing NFTs and blockchain technology and Queen Diambi of Congo explaining how her tribes are Web3-centric. At the same time, the second episode explores how Refik Anadol creates art with NASA and how Eminem’s request 20 years ago led to an NFT journey. Subsequent episodes explore how brands connect with NFTs to explore new audiences and generations, the social impact of digital transformation, tokenization in the music industry, disrupting the metaverse, and the role of NFTs in recognizing and Artist Recognition. Behind the documentary series are film producer Tech Talk Media and award-winning director Jonny Caplan. Production started in 2019 and had to be adjusted due to Covid-19 restrictions, including the A shipment.

Robots equipped with Li-Dar sensors that allow the director to move, steer and communicate remotely, Tech Talk noted in an official announcement, adding:

NFTMe Shall Be NFT’s MTV” provides standard access to information about NFT in a clear, understandable, and effective manner, allowing viewers to absorb the richness of terminology, diversity, and possibilities of Web3 .0 culture, experience mood, style, and energy. NFC streams on Amazon Prime, initially in the US and UK. According to Tech Talk, the series will be rolled out to more channels worldwide in 2023.

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