Author : Mark
Date : Dec 21,2022
The six-part, 30-minute-long series features interviews with NFT influencers
The global NFT culture and disruption are introduced in Amazon's new documentary series NFTMe.
Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, just made its NFT documentary series "NFTMe" streamable on Amazon Prime. The six-part, 30-minute-long series features interviews with NFT influencers and looks at how the non-fungible token (NFT) technology could affect culture starting in 2019.
The program features contributions from international artists, collectors, and business professionals who talk about their experiences with NFTs and how the marriage of art and technology has enhanced their daily lives.
Some of the celebrities who appear in the series include Susaye Greene of The Supremes, Cheryl Douglas of Portion, Refik Anadol, a digital artist who has worked at SpaceX and NASA, Queen Diambi Kabatusuila of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Peter Rafelson, a music producer who has worked with Madonna.
The podcast looks at a new facet of NFTs in each episode, from culture to the possibility of future industry regulation. For instance, the first episode of the series investigates the NFT community and includes interviews with various people at various stages of their NFT experiences, including Queen Diambi who discusses the "Web3 worldview."
The following episodes examine tokenization in the music industry, disruption in the metaverse, how businesses are working with NFTs to reach new audiences, and how NFTs are assisting in identifying and elevating musicians. One of the standout episodes is episode 5, in which Kristin Boggiano, a co-founder of CrossTower, examines how laws keep the NFT sector on course.
Tech Talk Media and award-winning producer Jonny Caplan collaborated to create the series, which will be made available on more streaming providers in 2023. The goal of NFTMe, in Caplan's words, is to serve as the "MTV of NFTs," offering insight into Web3 terminology and potential as well as a window into NFT culture, including the dress code, attitude, and enthusiasm of the NFT community.
"NFTMe intends to be the MTV of NFTs, 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 realm, whilst experiencing the culture, the mood, the style, and the energy." said Jonny Caplan.
NFTMe is now streaming on Amazon Prime after initially being made available in the United States and the United Kingdom. In 2023, the series will be broadcast on more stations, according to Tech Talk.