Amazon’s latest series, NFTMe, highlights the amazing NFT culture and global recognition. The ability to digitally authenticate practically anything, as well as the ability to monetize in ways that no one could have imagined previously. These are some of the ways non-fungible tokens are introduced in the documentary series “NFTMe” (NFTS).
The show showcases artists, collectors, and industry experts from across the world discussing their experiences with NFTS and how the marriage of art and technology has improved their daily lives.
NFTME exposes 50 pioneers in the NFT sector from four continents in six 30-minute episodes, including American vocalist Susaye Green (of The Supremes), Queen Diambi (Queen of Democratic Republic of the Congo), digital artist for SpaceX & Nasa Refik Anadol, Madonna’s Music producer, and others.
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The first episode delves into the NFT community and diverse people’s journeys via digital culture, with prominent influencers deconstructing NFTS and blockchain technology and Congo’s Queen Diambi explaining how her tribes have a Web3 worldview. The second part delves into how Refik Anadol collaborates with NASA to create art and how Eminem’s request from 20 years ago led to an NFT journey.
The episodes that follow look at how businesses are collaborating with NFTS to reach new audiences and generations, the social effect of digital transformation, tokenization in the music industry, metaverse disruption, and the role of NFTS in recognizing and empowering artists. In episode five, CrossTower co-founder Kristin Boggiano discusses the significance of regulation in keeping the NFT industry on track.
The documentary series is produced by Tech Talk Media and directed by award-winning director Jonny Caplan. The manufacturing began in 2019 and had to be modified because to Covid-19 constraints, “which included bringing in Robots outfitted with Li-Dar sensors enabling the Director to remote move, direct, and communicate through,” according to an official release from Tech Talk.
“NFTME intends to be the MTV of NFTsS, providing the default go-to for information on NFTS in a clear, understandable, and effective way, enabling viewers to absorb the plethora of terminology, diversity, and opportunity in the Web3.0 realm, whilst experiencing the culture, the mood, the style, and the energy.”
NFTME is now available on Amazon Prime after first airing in the United States and the United Kingdom. According to Tech Talk, the series will be available on additional stations worldwide in 2023.