‘Krapopolis’ is Fox Corporation and Bento Box’s first foray into NFT-driven animated series.
Green had several NFTs stolen from his crypto wallet after falling victim to a phishing scam.
The filmmakers hope to raise around 1,000 Ethereum.
The company allows you to buy, sell, and create cg clothes for your personal animated character.
The firm will use this division to create entertainment projects “outside the confines of the traditional studio and network environment.”
Gumby and Pokey are being revived in the 21st century.
Youtuber Dan Olson sees the system as geared toward the interests of a select few investors — and so against artists in general.
Time, famous for its magazine, has launched a new new kids and family division.
Lucas Zanotto reveals that he has earned six figures in the past year by selling non-fungible tokens of his animated loops.
Beeple’s path from working-class digital artist to art world superstar is a lesson for indie animators and the value of embracing emerging tech.
Fox is embracing non-fungible tokens, the contentious tech that’s shaking up the crypto and digital art worlds.
Why is the digital art market booming? Welcome to non-fungible tokens.