The Fringe NFT Film project will give owners the right to make their own decisions about the deal

Benefits of the Fringe NFT Film Project

Decentralization is coming to the film industry through The Fringe project. Filmmakers Zeke Earl and Chris Caldwell have just announced their futuristic dream: to transfer film ownership to the community. They will launch their upcoming sci-fi film with community funding, hoping it won’t fall into the hands of the big film companies. Ideally, the mint and royalties from the box office would be enough to finance the film.

The Fringe is a 10,000th project that will be released in March 2022 on the Ethereum blockchain. This collection was made possible by a collaboration with the TAKA Artist Collective and it certainly looks good. The NFTs included in this collection are called Drifters. Interestingly, the name arose from the fact that many do not understand the direction of the directors, perceiving them as drifters.

What does it give you?

Firstly, by owning the Drifter, you get access to the behind-the-scenes footage of the upcoming movie. In addition, the owners immediately become members of the creative incubator. Members of the club will be able to attend events and competitions, both digital and physical, only for members of the club.

Most importantly, the filmmaking process will be shared with the owners. This rare opportunity gives access to artists and various workshops on the process of creating the world. By the way, the full list of benefits is not even complete yet.

The NFT cinema is nothing entirely new. Movies like ’83’ and ‘Scream’ have joined the Web3 movement and I’m sure there will be more in the future. If decentralization is your cup of tea, The Fringe’s initiatives and what they stand for should get you going, whether you like sci-fi or not. The team will release more details about the promotion soon. In the meantime, you can check out some of the artifacts on their website.

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