Axis Launches Entertainment Channel

Axis Launches Entertainment Channel


Axis to launch Entertainment Channel

  • The channel will be available on Roku TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and both iOS and Google application in November 2021.

By Elah Mae Ariate Wozinga Staff

Axis Technologies Group has announced the launch of A channel dedicated to NFT entertainment with game tutorials, resources, reviews, movies, music videos. Also, other media dealing with NFTs, DeFi, digital assets, and also cryptocurrencies. Another sign of the growing interest in blockchain technologies and NFTs in the entertainment industry.

In November 2021, will be available on Roku TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and both iOS and Google applications, PRNewswire reported. to launch first NFT Drop for “The NFT Revolution”

The channel will be primarily educational. It provides interviews with NFT industry leaders, platforms, training, seminars, and endorsements. Also, technologies developed in the NFT space.

As PRNewswire previously reported, the Company revealed the plan for its A new platform for creating Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT).  The platform is for the entertainment industry that plans to launch its first NFT drop for the pilot documentary of “The NFT Revolution Documentary.”

It is a Hollywood-produced documentary directed by James Hu. It features actors, musicians, artists, movie producers, legendary sports athletes, and also celebrities.

In addition, all invited VIPs and guest cast members in the documentary will receive an exclusive NFT token with rights, royalties. Also, the ability to share in future benefits.

“NFT Revolution Documentary”

“The development process for the “NFT Revolution Documentary” pilot on the platform was incredibly stress-free. It allows them to focus on the creative side of the future project. There is no better opportunity for a creative person to be a part of bringing these projects to life. ETHFUND is a boon “Dame Leith Eaton, creator, artist, actor, and founder of the International Arts Association (IAA), comments.

NFTs in the film have recently grown in popularity. Godzilla vs. Kong was the first major film to use NFTs, and it was a huge success, based on the report. The new Space Jam film was with 91,000 NFTs. It was free and inexpensive collectible digital cards. NFTs are also planned for John Wick, The Hunger Games, and Mad Men to supplement their respective franchises. The studios’ rationale is to increase fan engagement and also create new revenue streams. 

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