In collaboration with CrossTower crypto exchange, ‘Arabian Camels’ will fund a $50million Hollywood epic with NFTs, giving holders ownership of the movie in a world’s first…
‘Antara’ will be the first ever decentralized feature film, giving NFT holders part ownership of the movie’s IP rights and its revenue.
That’s right. Owning a unique Arabian Camels NFT will make you a stakeholder in the movie and empower you as a movie producer.
Whitelist registration for the drop, taking place on CrossTower, begins on March 15-22nd, with minting on March 23rd-24th.
Kapil Rathi, Co-founder and CEO at CrossTower said “The NFT industry is driven by community, expression and newfound artistic identity. Antara’s NFT is an impeccable example of industry potential, as the Arabian Camels move to introduce a revolutionary model that will ‘de-risk’ and transform the entire film industry.”
“They are merging film, NFTs, DeFi, gaming, and the Metaverse in this wave of transmedia evolution giving CrossTower users the opportunities to be both art collectors and revenue producers.”
Once the first drop has sold out, there will be a staggering giveaway of a real Lamborghini, three Rolex watches and a 250g bar of 24K gold.
NFT holders will have the opportunity to participate in the making of the movie – in person – with location scouting, casting auditions and finally the movie premiere.
During the road to the movie premiere, a play-to-earn, blockchain game will be released in partnership with ‘vEmpire DDAO’, allowing NFT holders to lease their NFTs to players.
The roadmap is clear – Arabian Camels are here to revolutionize the entertainment industry through NFTs and blockchain technology.
Antara producer Alexander Amartei said: “The real-world relevance of this project differentiates it from other NFT collections.”
“Art galleries around the world have expressed interest in acquiring framed prints of ‘The Antara Movie NFT’ in selected galleries. With their framed prints, Arabian Camels will be the first to merge art with Hollywood IP Rights., giving their owners the opportunities to be both art collectors and revenue producers.”
The story of Antara has been ranked among the all-time classics like ‘Lawrence of Arabia’, ‘Gladiator’ and ‘300’.
The movie portrays Antara Ibn Shaddad, a heroic black slave from ancient Arabia, who became a legendary warrior and a poet, rising to fame in the 6th century.
Antara will be directed by acclaimed Indian director Tarsem Singh in what promises to be a fittingly extraordinary production – capping off a history-making journey for the Arabian Camels NFT team.
We can’t wait to see what transpires in this compelling tale of DeFi infiltrating the Hollywood movie industry.
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