Zero Contact, a new thriller starring Anthony Hopkins, is set to become the first NFT feature film released on Vuele, which calls itself “the premier direct-to-consumer, feature-length film viewing and distribution platform delivering feature-length films and digital collectible entertainment content as NFTs.”
Said differently, you can now pay a lot more for access to on-demand streaming video content if you purchase an NFT to go with it. This is an interesting business model. I have my doubts.
I like to watch movies on the best possible platform. I like to purchase NFTs based on their collectible value or what I believe to be their future value (sometimes both thresholds are met in a single NFT). I don’t know if these two ideas — consuming a movie and investing in a digital collectible — need to be (or should be) incorporated into a single platform. This is what test and learn is all about.
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